Spanish LaLiga club, Valencia, have sacked head coach, Marcelino Garcia Toral, after an indifferent start to the 2019/2020 season.
The club confirmed Marcelino’s sack in a statement on Wednesday.
“Valencia told Marcelino Garcia Toral on Wednesday that he is no longer first team coach,” the club said.
“The club would like to thank him for his work and dedication during his time at our entity and wish him success for the future.”
Valencia have taken just four points from their opening three games, and occupy 10th position in the league table.
The 54-year-old won the Copa del Rey and secured Champions League football last season, after two spending two campaigns in charge.
It is gathered that former Spain Under-21 head coach and ex-Real Madrid assistant, Albert Celades, will be appointed later on Wednesday.
Valencia will travel to La Liga champions Barcelona on Saturday, before visiting Chelsea in their opening Champions League group game next week.