Arsenal first-team coach Boro Primorac is set to quit the club this summer to take up a job offer in Turkey, reports The Sun.
Primorac joined Arsene Wenger’s coaching staff at in 1997 and has been the Frenchman’s closest ally in the past 20 years.
The pair worked together in Japan with Nagoya Grampus, but it’s been reported in Turkey that the 62-year-old is close to agreeing a deal to manage Konyaspor at the end of the season.
Should Primorac leave the Emirates this summer to go to the Turkish Super Lig, it may raise further questions about Wenger’s future at Arsenal.
Only a fortnight ago, the Gunners announced that the club’s academy chief Andries Jonker was to leave the Emirates to take charge of Bundesliga club Wolfsburg with former Arsenal winger Freddie Ljungberg to be named his assistant manager.
Perhaps Primorac is just eager to put his management skills to the test and nothing more, or it could perhaps be a sign that Wenger’s reign at Arsenal is coming to an end this summer.