Jonker to become Arsenal youth coach
Wolfsburg assistant boss Andries Jonker is to join Arsenal as youth team coach at the end of the season.
Jonker, who also managed Bayern Munich for a brief spell, having joined the club as Louis van Gaal's assistant, agreed a deal with the Gunners this month.
Wolfsburg sporting director Klaus Allofs said the club had reluctantly allowed the 51-year-old to move to North London.
He added: "Although we regret this step, we have had a very good working relationship and gave Andries the chance to take over this task.
"For him, it is a unique opportunity to be solely responsible at an international club."
Andries has been with Wolfsburg -- who are backed by Volkswagen and recently signed Kevin de Bruyne for a fee believed to have been around 22 million euros -- since 2012.