Arsenal coach Andy Woodman is set to leave the club at the end of the season, Football Insider can exclusively reveal.
The Gunners’ head of goalkeeping is out of contract in the summer.
An Arsenal source has told Football Insider that Woodman, 49, has been made aware his contract will not be renewed.
This is said to be partly due to the growing Spanish influence at the club and on the coaching staff.
Arsenal goalkeeper coach Inaki Cana Pavon joined in December 2019 to work with the first teamers when Mikel Arteta was appointed manager.
Woodman has been in charge of the goalkeeping department at Arsenal since 2018.
His role has involved the development of keepers at all levels of the club from Under-9s through to the Under-23s.
He has previously held keeper coaching roles at Crystal Palace, Newcastle United, West Ham and Charlton Athletic.
The experienced operator has also had a spell in management at National League South Whitehawk and his good friends with England manager Gareth Southgate.
Woodman, whose son Freddie, 23, plays for Newcastle although he is currently on a second consecutive season-long loan at Championship promotion hopefuls Swansea City.
The England youth international has made 29 league appearances for the Swans this season, conceding just 18 goals and keeping 17 clean sheets.
In his own playing career, Andy Woodman made over 500 professional appearances after making his name at Palace.