Former Manchester United midfielder Roy Keane is set to kick-start his coaching career, according to The Sun.
The English tabloid reports that the Irishman will be announced as the new boss of Turkish Lig side Kasimpasa later today.
The 41-year-old has been a free agent since he was sacked by Ipswich in January 2011 and will now be given an opportunity to prove his worth in Turkey’s top flight.
Following an impressive start to the season, Kasimpasa currently occupy the second place in the Turkish Super Lig standings, with 12 points from first 6 league games.
The Turkish club sacked coach Metin Diyadin despite the bright start to the season, as the new club investors expressed desire to bring a high-profile coach to Recep Tayyip Erdogan Stadium.