Milovan Rajevac has silenced speculation that he is being lined up by the Ghana Football Association to replace Kwesi Appiah after this month’s 2014 FIFA World Cup qualifier against Sudan.The rumours of the Serb’s return to the Black Stars were given credence after he was spotted at the Mbombela Stadium in Nelspruit during Ghana’s semi-final defeat to Burkina Faso at the Africa Cup of Nations.Publications by some local media outlets have claimed that the trainer, affectionately called Milo, will take over from Kwesi Appiah if the Black Stars lose to Sudan at the Baba Yara Stadium on March 24.The Ghana Football Association is yet to dispel these rumours but Joy Sports has been speaking Nenad Glisic who worked as an interpreter for Milovan Rajevac during his two-year stay in Ghana. He ruled out Milo’s reported imminent return.“He just came to support the team and nothing else. There was no negotiations not even with another African team,” he told JOY Sports“I spoke to coach and he said at this moment Ghana has an excellent coach and Kwesi Appiah has a lot of experience.” “He ( Kwesi Appiah) working with coach and he is a great friend for the life time and coach respects him a lot and he (Rajevac) think Appiah will do a good job.”