Still a foreign coach in Sittard: Fortuna almost around with Spanish clubhopper

Fortuna Sittard is going to work with a foreign trainer after all. Julio Velázquez seems to be the successor to the fired Sjors Ultee, reports the Limburger on Thursday evening.
According to the regional newspaper, Fortuna is almost around with the forty-year-old Spaniard, although he is probably not on the bench in the Eredivisie game at NEC on Saturday. Velázquez started his training career at a very young age. Among other things, he was active at Villarreal, where he was in charge of the C and B team. In 2012 after the relegation from La Liga, Velázquez even got the first team under his wing, but after six months he was already relieved.
The practice master then worked at Real Murcia and Real Betis, who at that time also came out at the second level in Spain. In December 2015, Velázquez got the chance at the highest level for the first time: at Belenenses, Portugal. In the Primeira League, he also led Vitória Setúbal and in Serie A he was at the helm of Udinese. His last job was in La Liga near Alavés, where he started in April this year, but left again after the relegation.
Despite his young age, Velázquez already had a total of 22 clubs under his hats. At Fortuna, he is the successor to Ultee, who was put out on the street last month after the bad Eredivisie start. Since then, many reports have appeared about the influence of star player Burak Yilmaz in Sittard. Despite the Turkish influences, technical manager Sjoerd Ars told that there would be no Turkish trainer. So now the choice seems to fall on the Spaniard.