Jasper Cillessen will have to deal with a new trainer at Valencia.
The club from the east of Spain has signed Getafe coach José Bordalás for two seasons on Wednesday.
The 57-year-old Bordalás worked at Getafe for the past five seasons, with which he directly promoted to La Liga in his debut year.
In the years that followed, the club from a suburb of Madrid became eighth, fifth, eighth and fifteenth consecutively.
In the Netherlands, many people will know Bordalás from last year's diptych between Getafe and Ajax in the knock-out phase of the Europa League.
The team from Amsterdam was then quite annoyed by the behavior of his team and were eliminated in two games.
At Valencia, Bordalás succeeds fellow countryman Javi Gracia, who was sidelined at the beginning of May.
In recent weeks, Gracia's duties were temporarily taken over by clubman Salvador González Marco, Voro for short.
Getafe responds to the departure of Bordalás with the arrival of Míchel, who once had Getafe under his wing between 2009 and 2011.
The 66-time international and former Real Madrid player also coached, among others, Sevilla, Olympiacos, Olympique Marseille and Málaga.
Cillessen will not work with his new trainer for the time being, because the keeper is currently preparing for the European Championship with the Orange.
For the Netherlands, the tournament starts on June 13 against Ukraine.
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