Arsenal appear to have handed a role on their medical team to Chris Morgan, who left his position as head physio at Crystal Palace in May.
Morgan, who had previously spent three years at Liverpool, had been at Selhurst Park for 16 months and was, according to Training Ground Guru, expected to take up a new position in the North.
Morgan revealed news of his move via Instagram a few days ago and appears to have been part of the club’s pre-season preparations from the off. He lists his role on LinkedIn as senior first team physio at Arsenal.
Back in May, the BBC revealed that Colin Lewin, Arsenal’s head of medical services, had lost his job after 23 years; a decision that shocked many at London Colney.
In June, it was confirmed that physiotherapists Andy Rolls and Ben Ashworth and osteopath Dr Philippe Boixel had also left the club.
Despite confirmation of a raft of other changes on the backroom staff, thus far the club have yet to share the name of Lewin’s replacement.
Perhaps Morgan’s social media post will spur them to do just that.