Moroccan top flight team Hassania Agadir are set to lure Milutin Micho Sredejovic away from the sights of Zambia.
Zambia FA named Micho as their new coach but the appointment is awaiting approval from the Ministry of Sports that has to pass the coach’s salaries.
The plan is that, after approval, Micho will fly to Zambia next week to sign a two-year contract.
Reports have suggested that Agadir have put on table a lucrative deal to Micho, and the Serbian Wolf may be tempted!
Agadir are currently without a coach since sacking Mohammed Fakhir.
In Uganda, the Serbian is locally remembered for having taken Uganda Cranes to 2017 AFCON after a 38-year wait.
He later resigned, citing unpaid salaries, to join Orlando Pirates in South Africa.
He has been at SC Villa, St. George. Young Africans, Orlando Pirates, Zamalek among other clubs.
He has also handled the Rwanda national team from 2011 to 2013.
Also Read – FMU Launches Premier Sprint