Arsenal’s CEO, Vinai Venkatesham, will step down from his position in the summer of 2024.
Venkatesham, who initially joined as head of global partnerships in 2010, has served as the chief executive for the past three seasons.
In a statement on the Arsenal club website, he expressed his decision to seek a new challenge while remaining dedicated to his current role until the end.
Arsenal co-chair Josh Kroenke thanked Venkatesham for his contributions and assured a seamless transition.
Additionally, he mentioned that the club is well-prepared for leadership changes while remaining committed to its strategic goals.
In upcoming fixtures, Arsenal’s Premier League games following the September international break will see them face Everton on Super Sunday, followed by the highly anticipated North London derby against Tottenham on September 24.
In between these matches, Arsenal is set to make its return to the Champions League after six and a half years, hosting PSV Eindhoven at the Emirates Stadium on September 20.