Orlando Pirates and Zamalek target Milutin 'Micho' Sredojevic has confirmed that he has received offers from African clubs and national teams.
The Serbian tactician officially parted ways with the Uganda Federation of Uganda Football Associations (Fufa) on Saturday after terminating his contract with the organisation due to an unpaid salaries.
Goal understands that Egyptian giants Zamalek are leading the race for Sredojevic's services, while the Libyan Football Federation (LFF) are reportedly eager to appoint him as their new head coach.
However, the the 47-year-old has made it clear that he is not considering offers from national teams at the moment.
"I have had eight offers, Uganda is the 9th. At the moment, I will not consider national team offers," Sredojevic told the media.
"I will now seek for rehabilitation. Just like some one break ups with some woman whom you have been in love with, I seek rehabilitation," he added.
Pirates are believed to have earmarked Sredojevic as under fire Kjell Jonevert's replacement ahead of the 2017/18 season.
"Uganda still has a VVIP apartment in my heart. You are still a DNA in my body I am happy to leave as the minister in charge of happiness for many Ugandans," he explained
"Life goes on. I want to thank God and my Namungoona church," he concluded.
Fufa are said to be owing Sredojevic an equivalent of $64,000 (around R830,000) over six months.