Southampton have appointed Ronaldo Koeman as their new manager.
The 51-year-old, who scored Barcelona's winner in the 1992 European Cup final and was part of Holland's 1988 European Championship-winning squad, has signed a three-year contract.
Koeman's predecessor, Mauricio Pochettino, left the Saints to become Tottenham's new manager last month and the club have opted for another continental coach.
"I am thrilled to be the manager of Southampton Football Club.
"From my very first meeting with Les Reed, I could see clearly that this was the right club for me. We share the same philosophy of football, and the same belief in how to develop the club.
"Southampton have a talented first-team squad, a world-class academy and the infrastructure to sustain success in the Premier League.
"The opportunity to continue the development of this famous football club was simply too good to turn down. I cannot wait to get started."
Koeman stepped down as Feyenoord boss at the end of last season, eager to manage in a different country.
He guided Benfica to the Champions League quarter-finals in 2006, defeating Manchester United and Liverpool in the process, and won three Eredivisie titles with Ajax and PSV Eindhoven.
Koeman's appointment could bring a swift conclusion to Adam Lallana and Luke Shaw's futures once England's World Cup campaign begins. Southampton have rejected offers from Liverpool for Lallana and Manchester United for Shaw.