Former Arsenal midfielder Mikel Arteta has taken up a coaching role at Manchester City under new manager Pep Guardiola.
Arteta, 34, retired from playing at the end of last season after five years at Emirates Stadium.
He won two FA Cups with Arsenal, making 150 appearances and scoring 17 goals.
“I have always been interested in more than just the playing side,” said Arteta, describing chance to work under Guardiola as “an amazing opportunity”.
Arteta was seen crying after his final Arsenal match, a 4-0 Premier League win over Aston Villa on the last day of the season.
He began his career at Spanish giants Barcelona and had spells at Paris St-Germain, Rangers and Real Sociedad before moving to Everton.
Guardiola’s first game since succeeding Manuel Pellegrini as City boss will be against Manchester United in a pre-season tournament in China on 25 July.
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