Sources close to Serbian trainer Milovan Rajevac have told sportscrusader.com that the Serb has agreed to a monthly salary of $50,000 with the Ghana Football Association.
Milo arrived in Ghana on Monday night to conclude details of his contract as he looks set to be appointed as the Technical advisor to coach Kwesi Appiah.
The source revealed that Milo will officially sign the contract today after which he will fly back to his native homeland on Friday night.
Milo held contractual talks with the Ghana Football Association on Tuesday 9th September 2014 where both parties agreed on a number of issues with very little left to trash out before the deal is signed and sealed.
“I can confirm that Milo’s discussions with the FA went very well and he is expected to sign the deal before he returns to Serbia on Friday night. About 99% of the issues have been agreed on so there is very little left to conclude the negotiations” Milo’s source disclosed to sportscrusader.com.
The fresh revelation brings to an end all speculations surrounding the financial demands made by the former Ghana manager.
The Ghana media had suggested that Milo had requested for a $100,000 monthly salary which the Serb denied in his interview with sportscrusader.com.