The Ghana Football Association (GFA) has confirmed today, that Milovan Rajevac, newly-appointed coach of the Black stars will earn a monthly salary of $30,000.
Indeed, on Thursday, the ministry of Sports debunked the reports according to which Milovan would be paid a monthly salary of $45,000 for his services.
Rajevac will also receive a $600,000 bonus if he wins next Africa cup of Nations tournament in Cameroon and secures the World Cup qualification.
Moreover, the extension of the one-year deal with the Serbian coach is based on qualification to the 2022 World Cup in Qatar.
GFA made these revelations during a press conference in Accra on Friday, September 24, 2021, as it unveils the new trainer.
“We have a lot of work today, we expect the players to be positive and trust me and give me their best. I know they can deliver,” said Rajevac during the press conference.
Milovan Rajevac, 67, Rajevac in his first spell stayed in a hotel and that cost the country thousands of dollars.