Spanish side, FC Barcelona has appointed former Netherlands and Southampton manager, Ronald Koeman as the club’s new boss.
This comes days after the club was humiliated by Bayern Munich who beat them 8-2 – a match that knocked them out of the Champions League.
Koeman has left his post in charge of the Netherlands national team to takeover the Camp Nou hot seat. His contract will last till 2022.
Barça on Wednesday August 19, released an official statement on their website confirming the news, which reads:
“FC Barcelona and Ronald Koeman have reached an agreement for the Dutchman to take over as first-team coach until 30 June 2022”
“The Blaugrana legend, hero of Wembley, the man who handed Barca their first-ever victory in the European Cup returns to Camp Nou.
“This time, however, he will do so as coach as the Dutchman brings more than 20 years of experience as a manager and eight trophies on his CV.
“Ronald Koeman comes to FC Barcelona after coaching in the Premier League, La Liga, the Dutch league, the Portuguese league and also on the international stage with the Netherlands.”