The document foresees a deal for two years, with the opportunity to prolong it for another year.
Thus, Lucescu replaces Oleksiy Mykhailychenko who was fired from this office several days ago.
"I'm grateful to my fate for joining the club with big traditions and talented footballers. And I'm sure we will be working together fruitfully. I believe they will be fine with my work here - just like my achievements that I will reach in Dynamo", Lucescu said as he spoke to the press during presentation.
In 2004-2016, the Romanian manager successfully chaired Shakhtar Donetsk, another great Ukrainian team and Dynamo's bitter rival. The team triumphed in the national championship eight times, won six Cups of Ukraine and seven Super Cups of Ukraine. In 2009, Shakhtar claimed the UEFA Cup, beating Werder Bremen.
After Shakhtar, Lucescu led Zenit (St. Petersburg) and Turkish national team.