-As Black Stars Coach
The Ghana Football Association has reportedly penned a contract to re-engage former Ghana Black Stars Coach, Milovan Rajevac, at a fee of US$100,000.
The Serbian will allegedly be paid a monthly salary of US$30,000.
All these are however subject to an agreement by the Ministry of Sports according to the reports.
Rajevac, who touched down in Ghana and went to work on Monday is to replace sacked former Black Stars coach, C.K. Akunor.
According to reports the contract came into effect on September 20, 2021, and will end on September 19, 2022. It is however expected to be automatically extended until February 28, 2023, according to reports.
In addition to his salary, he reportedly will earn twice the winning bonus of players per match.
Milovan Rajevac is returning to the Black Stars after leaving his role as coach 11 years ago. This was after he led the senior national team to the quarter-finals of the 2010 World Cup in South Africa.
The feat made him a hotcake and when Saudi premier league side, Al Ahli, offered him a contract guaranteeing US$2million, it was too enticing to pass.
But the man had earned his reward – in addition to reaching the world cup finals with the Black Stars, he also reached the final of the maiden edition of CHAN in 2009 and the final of AFCON 2010, with Ghana.
Whatsup News has seen a statement from the Ministry of Youth and Sports denying knowledge of the new coaching contract.