Tnm Super League leaders Blue Eagles are interested in signing Mangochi Police blossoming goalkeeper, George Chauya, after impressive performance in the ongoing Carlsberg Cup.
Chauya displayed a solid performance in the semi-final clash against Be Forward Wanderers but he was taken off the field at half time as he was reportedly attacked by unknown supporters.
Eagles technical panel led by assistant coach Wilson Chidati and General Manager, Gabriel Chirwa, travelled to Blantyre to monitor the budding star.
In an interview on Saturday, Chidati confirmed that the goalkeeper is one of the targets in the transfer window.
“We have been watching him for the past two months and he is one of the best up -and-coming goalkeepers. He has proved that he can be a top goalkeeper in the near future,” Chidati said.
If he joins Eagles, Chauya will compete for a starting role with experienced goalkeepers John Soko and Chakonda Majanga.
Eagles are also interested in signing two players to bolster the squad before the start of second round.
Meanwhile, utility midfielder, Philip Masiye, has resumed training with the police outfit.
Masiye has been out of action for close to six months due to personal reasons.
Chidati said Masiye would be a good addition for the club in second round as they aim to win their first-ever TNM Super League title this season.
For the past three seasons, Eagles have been performing well in the first round but lose steam in the second half of the season.
Eagles finished the first round on position one with 32 points, two points above second-placed Silver Strikers.
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