Serbian Coach Milovan Rajevac is on the verge of taking up the top job at the Black Stars.
The 67-year-old is nearing a return to the National team, 11 years after leaving.
Rajevac is currently a front-runner for the vacant position at the Black Stars following the sacking of CK Akonnor.
After a successful time with the Ghana National team where he led the Black Stars B to the finals of the maiden edition of the Championship of African Nation (CHAN) tournament, the finals of the Africa Cup of Nations and also supervising Ghana to the quarterfinals at the 2010 FIFA World Cup, the Ghana FA sees him as the perfect man for the job.
The FA is said to have reached an agreement with the Coach who would be arriving in the country.
Two-time Cup of Nations winning Coach Herve Renard is also believed to have been contacted by the FA as well as former Valencia Coach Miroslav Dukic.
A final decision would be made in the next couple of days with an immediate appointment of a new Coach.
As it stands MILO, who has not coached any team since 2019 is all set to stage a return to the Black Stars team as head Coach.
He last worked with Thailand after coaching stints with Algeria and Qatar.