Arsenal's Lukas Podolski celebrates his second goal against Galatasaray with team mate Yaya Sanogo (R) during their Champions League Group D soccer match at Ali Sami Yen Spor Kompleksi in Istanbul December 9, 2014.
Arsenal's Lukas Podolski and Yaya Sanogo (R) REUTERS/Murad Sezer

Arsenal manager Arsene Wenger confirmed that unsettled attacker Lukas Podolski will be headed to Inter Milan, while striker Yaya Sanogo could be loaned temporarily to other Premier League teams.

Despite being a part of the Germany squad that won the World Cup in Brazil last summer, the highly rated former Bayern Munich man's first-team participation is generally limited to appearances as a substitute with Santi Cazorla preferred as starter and the Gunners having more attacking options that are already healthy.

As for Sanogo, Olivier Giroud's return to injury means he is, at the very least, fourth in the pecking order behind Alexis Sanchez, Giroud, and Danny Welbeck to occupy the sole-man role upfront.

"(Podolski) is going to Inter Milan," said Wenger.

"He was frustrated because he didn't get chance to play, I can understand."

"But Sanogo is more in search for experience at the top level in the Premier League. If he can get that, we will see."

"Sanogo is ready to play, but I have so many options up front it is difficult for him to play."

Mesut Ozil, Aaron Ramsey, Jack Wilshere, and Mikel Arteta are stil on the sidelines due to respective injuries, but could be joining the squad soon.

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