Borussia Dortmund have announced that Marco Rose will be their next permanent manager after agreeing a deal for the Borussia Monchengladbach boss to take over in the summer.
The Black and Yellow are having an out-of-sorts season with a place in the Bundesliga top four in doubt after sacking head coach Lucien Favre in December, with Edin Terzic currently in charge on an interim basis.
A long-term target of Dortmund's, Rose, 44, has enjoyed a rapid rise over the last four years after success with Austrian side Red Bull Salzburg and then Bundesliga rivals Monchengladbach.
Here, Sportsmail gives the lowdown on Dortmund's new man in charge and his journey in management so far...
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Borussia Monchengladbach manager Marco Rose is set to take over at Dortmund next season
Made his name in youth football
After retiring as a player at Mainz, he was given the managerial role of the side's reserve team before spending a season as the senior manager of Lokomotive Leipzig in the Oberliga, the fifth tier of German football.
It was Rose's switch to youth football that saw him really begin to make his name, though, working his way through Salzburg's junior teams after moving to the city of Mozart in 2013.
His most notable achievement was undoubtedly guiding the Salzburg U18 team to an unexpected first ever UEFA Youth League triumph in 2016-17 when the manager was had only recently reached his 40's himself.
The talented manager (right) led Red Bull Salzburg's U18 team to UEFA Youth League title
Rose's talented side beat the likes of Manchester City, Paris Saint-Germain, Atletico Madrid and Barcelona before beating a Benfica that had the likes of Manchester City's Ruben Dias and Atletico Madrid star Joao Felix.
Continued miracles with Salzburg first team
It wasn't long before that triumph was rewarded with the top job at Salzburg, taking over from Oscar Garcia for the 2017-18 season.Insurance Loans Mortgage Attorney Credit Lawyer
His fast-paced and high energy style would see him continue to work wonders in senior management, guiding Salzburg to the Austrian title and alerting future employers Dortmund to his powers by beating