Former Orlando Pirates head coach Milutin Sredojević is nearing a return to management after his stint with Egyptian giants Zamalek.
Sredojevic and The White Knights parted ways via mutual consent in December, just four months after his initial appointment.
And since his exit, a host of clubs have been in contact with the Serbian tactician, including North African outfits MC Alger, Wydad Casablanca, Hassania Agadir and Al Taawoun in Saudi Arabia.
On the international front, he was said to be in the running for the Zimbabwe, Ghana and Zambia coaching vacancies and Chipolopolo have now reportedly decided to offer him the job.
According to the Zambia Mail, the Football Association of Zambia (FAZ) selected 'Micho' ahead of former Liverpool defender Abel Xavier and Belgian Ivan Minnaert, who were on a three-man shortlist.
However, KickOff.com understands the former Pirates boss remains undecided on his future plans, as he weighs up his options between club or international offers.
Sredojevic is said to be close to returning to the game for a project that fulfils his passion for the development of the African game.