Eirikr70 You can remove it just by deleting it as you would with any apps.
Typically there would be 3 Google apps you can install optionally (they aren't installed by default so I'm not sure how it got there in the first place), Google Services Framework, Google Play Services, and Google Play Store. All 3 can be uninstalled.
Be advised though that some apps won't work without these Google apps, mainly Google Services Framework and Google Play Services. Many apps rely on Google Play Services for push notifications.
After uninstalling these apps, you might need to reinstall the apps in the profile too for them to realise Google Play Services isn't installed anymore. Typically apps like WhatsApp will check if Google Play Services is installed on the first run. If so, it'll rely on Google Play Services for push notifications. If Google Play Services is absent, it may fall back to its own push notification service (may not always be the case, some app notifications just outright break without Play Services). For the case that there's a fallback method, reinstalling would allow the app to use that method instead of Play Services.