Civo United have concluded a loan deal with Nyasa Big Bullets on midfielder JeresiLufeyo and defender Ian Chinyama.
Bullets vice-general secretary Kelvin Moyo yesterday confirmed the development.
“It’s a done deal. The two players have joined Civo United on a year-long loan deal,” said Moyo.
Bullets bought central defender John Lanjesi and right back Emmanuel Zoya at K8 million.
However, the Super League champions have managed to pay Civo K4 million.
“The agreement is that we get Chinyama and Lufeyo will join us on a loan deal worth K1 million.
“The K1 million has been deducted from the K8 million deal on Zoya and Lanjesi transfer fee,” Civo acting general secretary Charles Mwenda said in an interview on Saturday.
He further said the agreement is that Bullets pay the remaining K3 million balance through instalments and will finish payment by May.
Civo are on a rebuilding exercise. They are currently are also negotiating for the services of Dedza Young Soccer Stars striker Ferguson Ntondo and winger Fletcher Bandawe.