Netherlands coach Dick Advocaat has revealed he is set to leave his position, ending his third spell in charge of the national side after November.
According to Sky Sports News, Advocaat confirmed he will depart after his team's upcoming friendlies, clearing the way for a change of manager.
The Dutch are due to play friendlies in Scotland and Romania, with those matches ending the tenure of the veteran.
According to Dutch broadcaster NOS (h/t Reuters via the Mail Online), the 70-year-old spoke about his impending departure as his side arrived in Scotland on Wednesday:
"These are my last two games, after this I'm stopping."
"I haven't said what I'm going to do therefore clubs do not know that I'm available or not. Let's get these two games out of the way and then we'll see what comes into my path. I'm doing the same as Louis van Gaal and never saying 'never'."
The Dutchman also previously took charge of the national teams for Belgium, South Korea, Russia and Serbia.