Former Udinese coach Igor Tudor has terminated his contract with the club, allowing him to take charge at Croatian outfit Hajduk Split.
Tudor was sacked on November 1 after a poor run of form at the beginning of the season, which included a 7-1 defeat to Atalanta and a 4-0 home loss to Roma at the end of October.
He still had to terminate the contract by mutual consent and signed the paperwork today, confirmed an Udinese statement, along with assistant manager Jurica Vucko.
The former Juventus midfielder is set to replace Damir Buric, who was fired yesterday.
The 41-year-old Tudor was in charge of the Zebrette for seven months, winning nine games out of 22.
Split are second in the Croatian top division, but are 12 points behind Dinamo Zagreb.
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