Ghosn's "CEO Office," which was responsible for the day-to-day running of alliance functions, is being disbanded, the paper said on Wednesday. The office is led by Renault veteran Arnaud Deboeuf, according to the alliance's web site.
Before his arrest in Japan in November on charges for suspected financial misconduct, Ghosn had pledged to "make the alliance irreversible."
In March 2018 Ghosn named team leaders for converged functions in purchasing, engineering and manufacturing, and new cross-company teams to coordinate, quality, after sales and business development in an effort to find annual synergies of 10 billion euros by the end of 2022.
Ghosn's arrest has shaken the two decades-old alliance to its foundations. Nissan, which is 43 percent owned by Renault, pushing for more influence within the partnership.