Inter Milan have confirmed Roberto Mancini has left his post as manager.
The former Manchester City boss was in his second spell in charge of the Italian giants, having returned to the club in 2014.
Mancini’s relationship with new Inter owners Suning Holdings reportedly broke down over the summer and Inter have endured a difficult pre-season, losing 4-1 to Bayern Munich and 6-1 to Tottenham.
He has now left the San Siro “by mutual agreement”, according to a statement released by the club on Monday morning.
Mancini is set to be succeeded by Frank de Boer, who left Ajax earlier this summer.
The Dutchman was linked with Premier League clubs Everton and Southampton before those vacancies were filled by Ronald Koeman and Claude Puel respectively.