Lilongwe based side Epac FC have said they will do everything possible to boost their squad with the services of midfielders Nelson Kangunje, Dalitso Silva and goalkeeper Blessings Kameza.
Kangunje plays for Civo FC, Silva for Super League champions Big Bullets whereas Kameza plays for Silver Strikers.
Bullets FC and Mighty Be Forward Wanderers are also chasing for Kangunje’s signatures who has already been pegged at K4 million by his club. Civo FC have also pegged their defenders John Lanjesi and Emmanuel Zoya—wanted by Bullets FC—at K4 million each.
Epac FC general secretary Mayamiko Lita said they will rope in new faces ahead of pre-season preparations to commence first week of February.
The TNM Super League is expected to kick-off on April 9 2016.
“We are pretty aware that other teams have shown interest in the very same players, but we are going to do everything possible to get their services. The funds for signing new players are readily available and we want to reinforce our squad.
“We did not do well last season and nearly shown the exit door from the topflight league, hence plans to incorporate new faces ahead of the new season,” said Lita.
Super League of Malawi (Sulom) opened the transfer market on January 14 and set a K3 million transfer-fee cap.
Wanderers were the first to utilize the transfer window having signed players relegated side FISD Wizards. They have roped in midfielders Ernest Tambe and Rafiq Namwera.
Likewise, Silver Strikers, widely known as the Bankers, signed midfielder Levison Maganizo and goalkeeper Brighton Munthali from Wizards.