Arsene Wenger said his goodbyes to Arsenal after clearing out the final belongings from his office on Monday.
The Frenchman in charge of the Gunners for 22 years was greeted supporters on his way out of London Colney.
Wenger arrived at the training ground at 10am and spent four hours talking to his friends before packing his things.
Upon leaving he was met by a group of Arsenal fans where he signed autographs and collected gifts.
The 68 year-old looks set to be replaced by Unai Emery. The Spaniard left PSG recently, despite leading the Ligue 1 giants to a domestic treble this term.
Emery has emerged as a late candidate for the role after Mikel Arteta rejected the opportunity to take charge at the Emirates.
Manchester City had insisted that they would not stand in the 36-year-old’s way but it now appears Arteta will remain an assistant coach at the Etihad.