Phil Neville has left his role as England women’s manager, the Football Association said on Monday, with the former Manchester United player set to take over at David Beckham’s Major League Soccer club Inter Miami.
The 43-year-old ex-England player was previously due to leave his role in July, at the end of his contract.
The governing body last year announced that Neville’s successor would be Netherlands women’s boss Sarina Wiegman, but she is not due to start her new role until after the Tokyo Olympics later this year.
Neville, who had also been in line to manage a Great Britain team at the Games, was appointed as England boss in January 2018.
His team won the SheBelieves Cup in 2019 before reaching the semi-finals of the World Cup later that year but results since then have been poor.
Earlier this month Inter Miami parted ways with manager Diego Alonso following a disappointing MLS debut season.