Milovan Rajevac, Miroslav Đukić and George Boateng are the three men in line for the Black Stars job.
The three-member Committee set up by the Ghana Football Association are said to have settled on the three Coaches with one set to take up the position as the new Black Stars Coach.
Rajevac, 67, has been the most talked about to possibly take up the role. The Serbian who has not been unattached for the past two years could stage a return to the Black Stars, a job he left 11 years ago after leading the team to the finals of the 2010 Cup of Nations and a quarterfinal berth at the World Cup that same year, a feat which remains his best in his coaching career after failed spells with Qatar, Algeria and Thailand.
Đukić, Rajevac’s countryman on the other hand comes in with much experience having managed Spanish La Liga sides Valencia, Real Valladolid and Sporting Gijon. He has also coached the Serbian National team.
Boateng, a Ghanaian-born former Dutch international is currently working as a youth team Coach for English Premier League side Aston Villa, but has previously handled Malaysian Club Kelantan FA.
The Ghana Football Association are now expected to settle on one of the three Coaching in the next couple of days.
A new Coach is expected to be appointed before Ghana’s next World Cup qualifier against Zimbabwe.