Former Ajax, Inter and Crystal Palace manager Frank de Boer has been appointed as the new head coach of Atlanta United, the MLS Cup champions have confirmed.
The Dutchman has signed a 'multi-year contract' with the team and will succeed Gerardo Martino.
De Boer won four successive Eredivisie titles during his time in charge of Ajax, but struggled to replicate his success during a disastrous three-month spell at Inter in 2016.
He took charge of Palace for the 2017-18 campaign, but was sacked when the Eagles lost their first four Premier League games.
However, he has now been handed a chance to revive his career in the United States, and Atlanta president Darren Eales is delighted to have secured De Boer's signature.
“The club’s sportive ambitions, as set out in a long-term strategy to be the best in class, clearly fits my personal ambitions,” De Boer told the club's official website.
“I would like to build on the current success to develop a secure, solid foundation for the club at the top of MLS and beyond.
"Aside from the club’s ambitions, the values, culture and the philosophy for the entire organization are a vital part in realizing that point of success.
"This is exactly what I believe in as a person and as a coach. All of this combined, makes that I am really excited to be a part of it.”