Milovan Rajavac arrives in Ghana this week to conclude his contractual details to become the technical adviser to Black Stars coach, Kwesi Appiah.
Information pieced together by GNA Sports indicates that the Serbian would first meet the three-member search party to agree on the terms of his contract before joining the technical staff of the Black Stars.
The source said Rajavac, was unlikely to join the team for the mid-week Africa Cup of Nations qualifier scheduled against the Hawks of Togo in Lome.
“The program is for Milovan to meet the search team and negotiate with them his terms. The committee is expected to report the outcome to the Executive Committee for approval or otherwise.”
The coach is said to have agreed in principle to serve as an advisor to Appiah, his assistant when he guided the Black Stars to the finals of the 2010 Africa Cup of Nations in Angola and a quarter final finish at the FIFA World Cup in South Africa, the same year.
Rajavac, 60, enjoyed a two-year successful spell with the Black Stars before refusing to extend his stay after the South Africa tournament which marked Ghana as the best African side at the quadrennial gathering.
The Serbian emerged tops of the three coaches shortlisted for the position.