Premier League side Arsenal have lost their first-team coach Andreas Georgson to Swedish side Malmo with Mikel Arteta raiding his former employees Manchester city of Nicolas Jover who is expected to link up with the squad for pre season.
Andreas joined the gunners from Premier League's new boys Brentford and was the unsung hero for their improved defensive resilience as he majorly trained the team on matters set pieces which had proven to be Arsenal's Achilles in previous seasons.
His replacement Jover would be a like for like swap with the Frenchman equally impressive for Manchester City during his stint at the Etihad and he is expected to take on a similar role to Andreas.
Goal correspondent Charles Watts who is prior to news emanating from the Arsenal camp has taken to his Twitter account to confirm the departure of Andreas and the arrival of Nicolas.
"Assistant first-team coach Andreas Georgson has left Arsenal and joined Malmo. Georgson will be replaced at Arsenal by Nicolas Jover, who arrives from Manchester City, and will specialise in set pieces."Watts tweeted.
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