Arsenal's head of football operations has become the latest in a string of high-profile club executives to leave the Emirates.
Huss Fahmy was considered the Gunners' top contract negotiator but will depart after conducting a month-long handover.
Fahmy's exit follows those of head of recruitment Francis Cagigao and head of football Raul Sanllehi in August, while scouts Peter Clark and Brian McDermott were also let go.
Arsenal announced last summer they would be making 55 staff redundant in light of the coronavirus outbreak, which caused "more significant and longer-lasting reductions in our revenue than we all hoped".
Fahmy joined Arsenal from Team Sky in June 2017 and Sanllehi described him as "a talented and highly-capable leader of our football operations".
But he will leave his role negotiating contracts and meeting with agents, according to The Athletic , which adds sources close to Arsenal are "unsurprised" by his departure.
The Gunners' recruitment process has been under scrutiny this year, while it is expected sporting director Edu will take charge of contract negotiations.
Alongside Edu and manager Mikel Arteta, academy coach Per Mertesacker is believed to hold a great deal of authority as Arsenal continue their streamlining process.
Arteta is also flanked by Vinai Venkatesham, who was appointed chief executive last month after joining Arsenal in 2010.
Upon taking the role, Venkatesham admitted he had "sleepless nights" over the decision to make 55 staff redundant.
He added: "We need to make sure we are looking after the long-term health of this football club and, like any organisation, that means you need to invest.
"I understand the position of redundancies and then investing. But that's because in other industries, the investment is made in machines. If you work for an airline, you need to buy new planes. Here, we need to invest in the team."
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