Big Bullets and Be Forward Wanderers have reportedly made counter-offers for Civo United regulars, Nelson Kangunje, John Lanjesi and Emmanuel Zoya.
Civo have pegged defenders Lanjesi and Zoya at K4 million each, whereas play-maker Kangunje is going at K5 million.
Bullets vice-general secretary, Kelvin Moyo, on Sunday reserved his comment on the counter-offer.
Civo vice-general secretary, Charles Mwenda, confirmed the two teams’ latest position on the transfers.
“Wanderers have made a counter-offer of K3 million, where as Bullets say they can only afford to pay K2.5 million for each player. However, our executive committee is yet to decide,” Mwenda explained.
Additionally, Civo have given Bullets and Wanderers a pre-condition of cash-only payment for the transfers.
“The players also have a final say on where they want to play next season. We have just allowed the players to discuss personal terms with the respective teams,” Mwenda added.
Zoya said he will decide after analysing Bullets offer.
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