The experienced Danish trainer who was among the final two the GFA settled on for the technical adviser job says he is ready to take less and also stay in Ghana.
Danish tactician Flemming Serritslev is ready to take less than the reported $70,000 Milovan Rajevac is demanding for the vacant Ghana job.
The former Danish national team coach who was shortlisted alongside Rajevac as the final two for the Black Stars technical director job is among 32 applicants vying to replace Kwesi Appiah.
“Flemming is demanding less than the $70,000 Rajevac wants if he is given the job and is also prepared to stay here in Ghana unlike the other applicants who don’t want to stay and work,” a close source within the FA told Goal Ghana.
“The man has a very rich CV, he is also very fluent in English and if he is given the job it will save the country additional cost of hiring an interpreter.”
He added: “The Danish man has seen it all with the Danish national team and reached the highest level as well as also been on Uefa and Fifa coaching committees. He has also coached in Africa before and knows the terrain.”