Ex Ghana coach Milovan Rajevac is in Cairo to negotiate a deal to become the new coach of Egypt, GHANAsoccernet.com has gathered.
The Serbian trainer was spotted at the Air Defence Stadium to see Ghana qualify for the 2014 World Cup despite a 2-1 losst to the Pharaohs in the World Cup playoff on Tuesday.
Rajevacs presence sparked reports of a possible return to the Black Stars camp in an unknown capacity.
The 59-year-old according to information gathered by GHANAsoccernet.com is set to hold talks with the Egyptian FA to replace Bob Bradley whose contract expires at the end of the month.
Egypt FA boss Gamal Allam is adamant a local coach will take over the soon-to-be vacant Pharaohs job.
But the Serbs continued stay in Cairo days after the World Cup playoff has given a strong indication of the possible move.
Rajevac remains popular in Ghana for his excellent performance as Black Stars coach between 2008 2010.
He took the Black Stars to the grand finale of the 2010 Nations Cup in Angola and almost secured a historic semi final berth at the World Cup months later in South Africa.
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