Serbian coach Milovan Rajevac has arrived in Ghana on Sunday night and is expected to sign his contract as new Black Stars head coach.
The 67-year old has been chosen by Ghana Football Association (GFA) over more than 50 applications to make Black Stars great again on the continent.
The one who led Ghana to AFCON 2010 final and World Cup quarter-final the same year arrived is expected to sign a two-year contract according to Ghanasoccernet.
The Serbian will be given an official residency and an official car to complete his duty as Black Stars coach.
It has also been reported that Borussia Dortmund assistant coach Otto Addo will be named Rajevac’s assistant manager.
Ghana FA wans to ensure their arrival quickly in order to allow them to work and on their squad for next month’s World Cup qualifier double header against Zimbabwe.