Former Belgium and Everton manager Roberto Martinez has been appointed Portugal head coach.
The Spaniard, 49, replaces Fernando Santos, who resigned after Portugal’s quarter-final defeat by Morocco at the World Cup last month.
Martinez stood down as Belgium coach after six years in charge following their group-stage exit in Qatar.
Portugal football president Fernando Gomes said: “This is an important moment for the national team.”
Martinez, who spent four years as Wigan boss before a three-year spell at Everton, was appointed Belgium manager in 2016 and led them to the top of the Fifa rankings in 2018.
More to follow.