Blantyre United will certainly be the busiest on the domestic transfer market as the relegated TNM Super League side has 11 players up for sale. The players have been recalled from loans.
United technical adviser, Lawson Nakoma, on Tuesday confirmed that the reclaimed players include Muhamad Sulumba, Dave Pashane and Ted Sumani from Be Forward Wanderers.
“We have not yet concluded any transfer. It is the teams that are interested, so we have given the players time to agree personal terms with them first,” said Nakoma, adding that the returning players are not willing to play in the Southern Region Premier Division.
Wanderers wrote United two weeks ago seeking permanent transfers for Sulumba and Sumani. United were relegated in 2014 season and have been struggling in the second tier division.
United have also repossessed Isaac Mphamba, Jiddy Mbandambanda and Owen Kalibwanji, whose loan spells have expired at Epac.
Also back at the Nakoma side are Greyson Phiri from Airborne Rangers, Bob Longwe (Mzuni), Gerald Mwanza (Moyale Barracks), Osward Maonga (Blue Eagles), Wachimwa Sadiki and Carlington Misomali were playing for relegated Dedza Young Soccer.
Still on the market, Wizards have, so far, sold Rafik Namwela and Ernest Tambe to Wanderers while also shipping out Levison Maganizo and Brighton Munthali to Silver Strikers.
The Bankers have also bought from Msundwe United Herbert Wayekha and Clement Trota.
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