Despite rumours of uncertainty over his Arsenal future, Yaya Sanogo is expected to return to the Emirates stadium. 

The Frenchman has spent the past nine months away from the club; first on loan at Ajax before opting to head back to England to play for Charlton for the rest of the season.

The 23-year-old, who joined the Gunners in the summer of 2013, endured a tough loan spell in Amsterdam during the first six months of the season, attracting criticism from the coaching staff at Ajax.

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However, Sanogo managed to redeem some of his good form at Charlton, scoring three goals in eight appearances for the League one side which came in a hat-trick show against Reading in a 4-3 defeat in February.

The striker’s loan deal at the Valley will officially expire next week following the completion of the 2015/16 football calendar in England.

After missing out on selection for the France squad for Euro 2016 as expected, Sanogo, who will have a long summer to decide on his future, is expected to report back to the Arsenal camp ahead of pre-season in August.

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