Blue Eagles captain Christopher John Banda and striker Schumacher Kuwali are on the verge of joining Mozambique top league side Ferroviaro de Nampula.
Banda and Kuwali left Durban, South Africa to join the team which is preparing for next season.
Blue Eagles team manager Gabriel Chirwa confirmed that Ferroviaro were interested in the two players hence the invitation for preseason preparations.
“We have agreed in principle for the two players to join the team,” Chirwa said.
“What is remaining is to tie up final details of the deal before processing their transfer to the team.”
He said the players had made a rational move considering that the team had offered them good conditions.
“This is a good club and capable of taking good care of the players. If they can afford to camp in South Africa for three weeks it means they have money,” he said.
He also said the tour could open up more windows of opportunity as the players could attract interest from South African clubs.
“The team will play friendly games with South Africa clubs and they stand a chance of being spotted by scouts,” he said.
If successful the two players would join compatriots former Silver Strikers forward Green Harawa and defender Ndaziona Chatsalira.
The comes barely a month after a cloud of uncertainty surrounding John Banda’s move to South Africa top league side Jomo Cosmos.
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