- Scott Parker will be at the dugout of Championship club Bournemouth next season with the hopes of bringing them back into the Premier League
- The former Fulham manager got appointed after Jonathan Woodgate ended his contract at the Vitality Stadium
- Bournemouth who were relegated from the English top-flight division three seasons ago missed last season's promotion ticked during the playoff
The 40-year-old could not sustain Fulham's status in the English top-flight division last season as they finished second from the bottom and got relegated into the Championships.
The former Chelsea midfielder helped the Cottagers gain promotion into the elite division during the 2019-20 season.
And he has been given another opportunity by Bournemouth to help the club regain its status in the Premier League for the 2021-22 campaign in the Championships.
Parker to AFCBTV:
"I believe this is the perfect fit for both parties.
"I'm familiar with Bournemouth because of my relationship with Harry Arter. It's a football club I know well from watching him over the years.
"The ethos, the reputation, the journey and the challenge here is something that's very exciting for me and my staff. We want to build a team the fans can be proud of and one they feel represents them. We can't wait to get started."
Meanwhile, Legit.ng had earlier reported that Luke Shaw and Jose Mourinho were almost not seeing eye ball to eye ball during the Special One's spell as Man United manager, Sport Bible.
The Portuguese boss at one time questioned the England star's professionalism and attitude, as well as his football brain.
Shaw who is currently preparing for the Three Lions' epic round of 16 clash with Germany has been singled out with Mourinho.
Legit.ng also reported that Paul Pogba is set to become Manchester United highest-paid player after reports revealed that the club want to offer the Frenchman a staggering £104million new deal, Metro.
The 28-year-old enters into his final 12 months of his contract with the Red Devils as the club are putting down a massive 400,000-per-week wages to convince him to stay.
The France international has always revealed that he is open to signing a new contract at Old Trafford if the figures and right and his agent Mino Raiola also stated that a number of club's have lined up for Pogba's signature.