Yaya Sanogo on cusp of Crystal Palace loan move
French striker Yaya Sanogo has turned down a move to Hull City and will transfer to Crystal Palace on a season long loan deal. The Eagles' newly appointed manager Alan Pardew agreed a deal for Sanogo with Arsenal manager Arsene Wenger on Saturday morning.
Sanogo had been linked with a loan to Hull City but the striker has turned down the Tigers in favour of a move across London to Palace. Arsenal have told the striker that he would be allowed to leave the Emirates in search of regular first team football.
Sanogo is expected to return to Arsenal in the summer and will then battle for a first team place at the Gunners for the 2015-16 season.