The future of Milovan Rajevac in Thailand has been in doubt following the rumors that the coach was contacted by the Football Association of Serbia (FFS).
The Serbian FA have sacked coach Slavoljub Muslin just weeks after the country secured automatic qualification for next year’s World Cup in Russia.
Reports from Thailand revealed that the national team head coach Rajevac had been included as one of the candidates to replace Muslin.
However, Rajevac’s agent Vukadinovic Dejan insisted Thailand was “priority” for the Serbian coach, as written on his Twitter.
Rajevac began his reign in Thailand this May after Kiatisuk Senamuang stepped down from his post. In 10 matches this year, Thailand had three wins, two draws, and five losses, scoring 10 goals and conceding 15.