By Benjamin Willie Graham.
The Ghana Football Association (GFA), is reported to have agreed to a 2-year contract with Serbian Coach, Milovan Rajevac as he makes a sensational return to coach the Black Stars.
The 67-year-old arrived in Accra on September 19, 2021, awaiting his confirmation as the new Coach of Ghana when all details are completed.
He is said to have had a meeting with officials of the Ghana Football Association (GFA) and the Sports Minister, Mustapha Ussif later in the day.
Following his meeting with the Sports Minister, Rajevac is expected to sign a 2-year performance-based contract to the Coach the Black Stars and repeat his magic with the side he guided to the Quarter-finals of the 2010 World Cup.
It is believed that the GFA and Rajevac have already agreed on all the Terms of his Contract before his arrival, as there are other things to be completed quickly in time to enable him to name his squad for the October World Cup Qualifier against Zimbabwe.
The Serbian would be given an official Residence as well a vehicle to help him carry out his duties effectively.