Unrelenting Black Stars Coach Milovan Rajevac is expected to leave Ghana early next week to begin a tour of Europe where he will scout top Ghanaian footballers plying their trade in major football competitions.
The sexagenarian Serbian trainer has outlined a number of top footballers of Ghanaian descent to be visited as part of his two week tour that will take him to Belgium, France, England, the Netherlands, and Italy.
Mr Rajevac who has come under intense criticism following the Black Stars disastrous performance at the ongoing AFCON tournament in Cameroon is to use his influence to convince those Ghanaian born footballers who have declined to play for the Black Stars.
According to a report on Kumasi based Oyerepa FM, Mr Rajevac will make his first stop in Belgium where he will meet with Kamal Sowah before heading to England and Italy where Mohammed Salisu, and Alfred Duncan are based respectively.
Mr Rajevac according to the report will also make stops at Ajax to ascertain the progress of Kudus Mohammed.
The trip is part of his preparation to enhance the general outlook of the Black stars before their final World cup playoff in March.