Despite manager Arsene Wenger leaving at the end of the season, Steve Bould and Jens Lehmann will remain at The Emirates Stadium as part of the new coaching set-up, according to reports in The Mirror.

Lehmann who was Arsenal’s keeper for the 2004 Invincible season, joined the coaching staff last summer and the club want to keep him on despite Arsene Wenger’s recent resignation, the Frenchman set to leave at the end of the season after a memorable 22 year spell in London.

Bould who has been Wenger’s number two in recent season, will also remain at the club next term alongside Lehmann.

It’s widely believed that the club still wants people who have a strong relationship with the club to help the team’s new manager when he finally arrives.

No one has any idea of who will be coming in as Wenger’s replacement but strong favourites are Joachim Low, Luis Enrique, Massimiliano Allegri, Mikel Arteta and Patrick Vieira.

However, Allegri seems to be front runner but It’s yet to be seen who will be take over from Wenger this summer.