Monaco have sacked manager Leonardo Jardim for the second time in 14 months and appointed former Spain boss Robert Moreno.
Jardim returned in January to replace ex-Arsenal striker Thierry Henry, three months after the Ligue 1 club ended his initial four-year spell in charge.
Monaco are seventh in Ligue 1, 17 points off leaders Paris St-Germain.
Moreno left his role in charge of Spain after the return of predecessor Luis Enrique last month.
“We are very happy to announce the arrival of Robert Moreno,” said Monaco vice-president Oleg Petrov.
“We believe a lot in him and his ability to bring success to the team.”
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