Sinisa Mihajlovic is the latest man to sit in the AC Milan hot seat after he was appointed coach of the struggling seven-times European champions.
The Serb has reportedly signed a two-year contract having spent just under two years with Sampdoria during which time he led the club to a twelfth and seventh place finish in the Serie A.
He is the fourth coach to take the AC Milan reins in 18 months.
He replaces former player Filippo Inzaghi, who was sacked after just one season in charge following a dismal campaign.
A campaign that saw the club finish tenth, out of the European competition for a second straight season and a Milan faithful far from content.
As a player Inzaghi was a club hero but his success on the pitch didn’t carry over to the dugout which ultimately led to his departure.