Ryan Giggs will be named Wales manager on a four-year deal on Monday, according to Sky sources.
Former Wales captain Giggs told Sky Sports last month that he could be tempted back into football management with the national team.
Wales will formally announce their new manager at a press conference at 2pm on Monday.
Giggs’ only previous spell as a manager came when he took over at Manchester United for the final four games of the 2013-14 season following David Moyes’ sacking.
Giggs was assistant to Louis van Gaal at United for the following two campaigns, but has been without a club since leaving his role in United’s backroom staff when Jose Mourinho joined in 2016.
Chris Coleman led Wales to the semi-finals of Euro 2016 but left to take charge of Sunderland in November after failure to qualify for the 2018 World Cup in Russia.
Craig Bellamy had said he was interested in succeeding Coleman, saying it would be the “pinnacle” coaching job for him.