Former Chelsea player, Joe Cole will be returning to the club as technical academy coach. The former England International will be in charge of various age-grade teams in the youth set up.
Joe Cole ade his debut as a 17 year for West Ham United before moving to Chelsea in 2003 in a deal worth £6.6million.
He won three EPL titles, FA Cup and EFL medals.
The 37-year-old will take on his new duty while studying for his coaching badges.
“Looking to the future, I want to stay involved in the game and I feel I can offer a lot as a coach.
“To lend my experience to help other young footballers achieve their dreams, just like I did, is a big passion of mine,” he told the club’s website.
Arsenal manager Unai Emery believes Mohamed Salah is now among the world's top five players, despite failing to sign him when he was in charge of Paris Saint-Germain.
The Gunners boss will be in opposition to the Liverpool forward when his Arsenal side face the unbeaten Premier League leaders at Anfield on Saturday.
Egypt international Salah, 26, has scored 59 goals in 78 matches since arriving at Anfield from Italian club Roma before the start of the 2017/18 season.
Emery was coach of Ligue 1 champions PSG at the time and on Friday he admitted to being uncertain as to how Salah would cope with the pressure of playing for a major club.
"We spoke about the possibility to sign Salah to Paris St Germain when he was playing at Roma," Emery said.
"We had some doubts -- and then he signed for Liverpool and these doubts he has broken...
Jurgen Klopp has revealed that Alex Oxlade-Chamberlain is ahead of schedule in his recovery from a serious knee injury and could be back in full training around February time.
Oxlade-Chamberlain underwent knee surgery after sustaining multiple ligament damage during Liverpool's Champions League semifinal in April.
Liverpool had thought it was possible Oxlade-Chamberlain would spend the entire 2018-19 season recovering from the injury, but last week saw the midfielder take a milestone in his recovery as he ran outside for the first time in eight months.
"Best news, best news. He started going on the pitch and from the first step he looked completely normal," Klopp told a news conference on Friday.
"Sometimes when players are coming back from an injury and they start running but is not the picture you have in your mind. But with Ox, from the first step it looked like Ox and it was really nice....