BBC journalist David Ornstein has revealed the latest move which the club has made, heading into what is expected to be a busy summer.
The Gunners managed to bring the 2017/18 campaign to an end on a positive note as a goal from Pierre Emerick-Aubameyang secured a 1-0 victory over Huddersfield Town in a rare away victory.
Sunday’s affair was Arsene Wenger’s last game as manager of the team after an eventful 22 years in north London.
Following the Frenchman’s exit, the club is expected to make a host of changes both on and off the pitch and there have been major decisions made already.
According to David Ornstein, the Gunners have decided to get rid of the club’s head of medical services, Colin Lewin, after Wenger’s departure.
The unexpected exit of Lewin – who held a key role, having been at the club for over two decades – has reportedly been met with surprised reactions from the players and the rest of the coaching staff.