Marco Silva is Fulham’s new supervisor, it has been confirmed.
Scott Parker left the Cottagers by mutual consent earlier this week – and swiftly took cost of Championship rivals Bournemouth.
Fulham have moved shortly to exchange Parker, with former Watford and Everton boss Silva now agreeing a deal to take cost.
He can be assisted by fellow Portuguese and Cottagers legend Luis Boa Morte, who made 250 appearances for the membership over a six-and-a-half yr spell.
Silva, 42, has been out of labor since dropping his job at Everton in 2019.
The Portuguese was axed following a thumping defeat by neighbours Liverpool with the Merseyside membership within the Premier League’s relegation zone on the time.
Silva beforehand spent six months at Watford, with the Hornets blaming Everton’s “unwarranted strategy” for him that season because the “catalyst” for his or her resolution to sack him.
He has additionally managed Hull within the Premier League and has frolicked throughout Europe, with Olympiacos, Sporting and Estoril.
Silva can be tasked with mounting a promotion push at Fulham.
Parker steered Fulham again to the top-flight on the finish of the 2019/20 season however they had been relegated final season.