Getafe will reportedly unveil former Coach Quique Sanchez Flores as Cosmin Contra's replacement later today.
The 49-year-old was spotted at Los Azulones’ training ground on Monday, amidst mounting speculation in the Spanish media that he will be announced as the Romanian's successor.
A former Valencia and Real Madrid right-back, Flores began his managerial career with Los Blancos’ youth teams before being named as the man to oversee Getafe’s maiden season in La Liga.
A respectable 13th-placed finish was achieved in 2004-05, and his exploits saw him take over at Valencia, where he led the side to back-to-back Champions League campaigns.
After a year sabbatical, Flores took over at Benfica in 2008, winning just a Portuguese Cup, before replacing Abel Resino at Atletico Madrid and lifting the Europa League with Los Colchoneros.
Subsequent spells in the United Arab Emirates with Al-Ahli Dubai and Al-Ain proved less successful, and he is now expected to return to Spain with his first top-level team.