Arsenal gaffer, Mikel Arteta, in July confirmed that the club had appointed a new set-piece coach, Nicolas Jover.
Arteta described Jover as a coach whose expertise was incredibly useful and valuable for Arsenal.
According to the Spaniard, Jover, who he worked with during their time at Manchester City, replaced Andreas Georgson at Arsenal.
Georgson joined Arsenal coaching staff from Brentford last year, working alongside Arteta with the first-team squad.
But the Swede returned to his homeland last month to take up a role with Malmo.
“We had a situation in the summer with Andreas [Georgson], where he had the possibility to leave to his country,” Arteta told the club’s official website.
“He had different reasons to do that and I understood that situation, so we needed to recruit somebody.
“After looking through what the best solution would be, a person that I know was on the market, was available, is someone whose expertise are incredibly useful and valuable for us.
“He’s joining us. His name is Nicolas Jover and I have worked with him before at City.”
Jover left Man City this summer when his contract with the Premier League champions expired at the end of June.
Arsenal were in Scotland for their pre-season training camp.
Arteta’s side took on Scottish champions Rangers before they returned to England.
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