Claudio Ranieri is back in management after taking over at Serie A side Roma.
The 67-year-old Italian was sacked by Fulham last week after recording just three wins from 17 Premier League games in charge.
But Ranieri has been handed a swift return to the dugout for what will be his second spell in charge of Roma.
He replaces Eusebio Di Francesco, who was sacked on Thursday following their Champions League exit against Porto.
Ranieri, who was born and raised in Rome and supported the club as a youngster, previously had an 18-month spell as head coach between 2009 and 2011 and steered them to a second-place finish.
He told the club’s website: “I’m delighted to be coming back home. When Roma call you, it’s impossible to say no.”
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Ranieri memorably led Leicester to the Premier League title in 2016 but his reputation nosedived following his struggles with Fulham.
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