Cech, who turned 37 on Monday, confirmed earlier this year he will retire following the showpiece game between the Gunners and the Blues in Azerbaijan next Wednesday.
A report on Tuesday evening suggested Cech – who joined Chelsea from Rennes in 2004 and went on to win a string of trophies, including four Premier League titles and the 2012 Champions League – was set to take up an off-field role at Stamford Bridge.
Later, Cech took to social media to stress no decision on his future had yet been made.
He wrote on Twitter: “Despite the news today as I had already said to everybody before , I’ll make decision about my future after the last game. Now my sole focus is to win the EL (sic) with @Arsenal ”
Michael Emenalo left his role as Chelsea’s technical director during November 2017 to join Monaco.
After helping Arsenal reach the Europa League final with a semi-final victory over Valencia, Cech was asked about his plans once he finally hung up his gloves at the end of the season.