Its done deal between Blantyre United and Silver Strikers on the transfer of inspirational midfielder Victor Limbani outsmarting Big Bullets and Mighty Be Forward Wanderers, who were also gunning for the signature of the same player.
Nyasa Times understands, Blantyre United have sold the player at the price of K2.8 million.
Limbani was loaned to Bullets but they have been beaten on signing him.
He has been earmarked to replace Frank Banda, who went to Mozambique to seek for greener pastures.
Silver Strikers chairman McDonald Mafuta Mwale confirmed to have finalised the deal despite Blantyre United technical director Lawson Nakoma insisting discussions are still underway.
Mwale said Limbani belongs to the bankers and that once he is through with Bullets Caf Champions League encounter against Al Hilal on April 4 he will travel to Area 47 to start League preparations.
Big Bullets chairman Kondi Msungama accused Blantyre United of playing hide and seek games on the players transfer.
Msungama said they were ready to buy the player and insists they are shocked to hear that he has been sold to Silver.
Mighty Be Forward Wanderers general secretary Mike Butao said they also wanted the player but Blantyre United were not responding their request letter.
Meanwhile, Bullets are on the brink of losing yet another player Tigzowere Kumwenda to the bankers.
The bankers are also chasing for Kumwenda who is on loan to Bullets from Blantyre United.