Former Netherland international, Clarence Seedorf, will lead Cameroon to the 2019 Africa Cup of Nations.
The 42-year-old AC Milan and Real Madrid legend is appointed as the new manager of the Indomitable Lions after with former England coach, Sven Goran Eriksson, feel through.
Details about the deal with Seedorf will be fully revealed later this month. He replaces Belgian, Hugo Broos, to lead the five-time champions to a title defence at home.
Seedorf will be managing a national team for the first time. He will be assisted by former national teammate, Patrick Kluivert.
He was manager of AC Milan, Shenzen FC in China and Deportivo la Coruna where he did not last beyond six months in every position.