Arsenal are claimed to be set to offer Thierry Henry a new role as coach of the Under-18 side, while Mikel Arteta is believed to be offered the chance to join the coaching staff also.
The Gunners fans have been protesting recently, asking for a fresh approach to the happenings behind the scenes, although a simple change in some of the coaches will likely not succeed in appeasing the issues.
Fans will likely be happy with reports that Thierry Henry is impressing in the roles he has played with the youth sides previously, and news of his progression to work with the Under-18 side will give some hope that he could one day take over from Arsene Wenger as first-team manager.
Mikel Arteta is also expected to be offered a role under the Frenchman for when his playing contract expires this summer, amidst reports of Tottenham and Manchester City lining him up for their backrooms.
Andries Jonker and Jan Von Loon are expected to leave this summer as a shake-up is expected to happen at the Emirates.
A number of players are also expected to come in and out of the club this summer, with both Mathieu Flamini and Tomas Rosicky having their contracts finish, while Keiran Gibbs is likely to leave in search of regular football.
Theo Walcott is also strongly linked with a move, with West Ham believed to be keen, but with the race for the top four not yet decided, I would assume that Wenger is yet to thing about who will be allowed to leave in the close-season.
With an active window expected, will there be enough of a fresh approach needed to get the fans onside?