Crystal Palace boss Roy Hodgson has revealed that Bakary Sako has rejected the chance to pen a new contract.
Sako is out of contract at Selhurst Park this summer but when fit, the Mali international was frequently used by Hodgson last season with six goals being scored in 19 appearances.
However, Hodgson has said that the 30-year-old has not agreed fresh terms with the club and appears likely to represent a different team during the next campaign.
Hodgson told Football.London: "No, he is not signing, he doesn't want to sign.
"I guess he will be moving on, I don't know, the last I heard was that he had turned down the offer of a contract that we had made to him, so that's the last I have."
Yohan Cabaye has also chosen to leave Palace on a free transfer, with the France international signing for Al-Nasr.