Former Uganda coach Milutin 'Micho' Sredojevic has reportedly arrived in South Africa ahead of his potential move to Orlando Pirates.
The 47-year-old tactician officially parted ways with the Federation of Uganda Football Associations (Fufa) when he resigned from his job as the Cranes head coach on Saturday.
A whole list of African clubs and national teams have been linked with Sredojevic and he has already confirmed that he has close to 10 offers on the table.
On Sunday, Goal learnt that the well-travelled coach rejected an offer from Egyptian giants Zamalek in favour of a move to his former employers, Pirates.
The latest reports have indicated that Micho arrived in Johannesburg on Monday morning and he is reportedly set to conclude talks with Bucs.
Micho took to his official Twitter page to announce that he will be travelling to an unnamed destination where he is scheduled to sign a deal with his suitors.
Those spreading rumours about me already signing are wrong I still didn't sign anything but ready to fly tonight to new destination to sign — MICHOcoach (@michocoach) July 31, 2017
He also dismissed reports stating that he has turned down a big offer.
Never rejected double salary offer but would be biggest moron on this planet if I accepted promise of double yet even single was never paid — MICHOcoach (@michocoach) July 31, 2017