Epac United have announced the successful conclusion of negotiations for the transfer of their players Ishmael Thindwa and Tsanzo Dalio to Caps United of Zimbabwe.
Epac owner Dini Josiya Banda said a satisfactory deal has been made and that both clubs are happy with the outcome.
“I am pleased to announce that we have reached a deal with Caps United over [Ishmael] Thindwa and [Tsanzo] Dalio. It is a good deal and we are happy and wish both players success as they start a new chapter in their football careers,” he said in an exclusive interview with The Nation on Tuesday.
Josiya Banda could, however, not disclose how much both deals are worth and the contract periods.
“It is something that we cannot disclose as of now but I promise you, I will make the details known soon. On the contract periods, I do not know because those are personal terms Caps discussed with the players,” he said.
Josiya Banda has since written Football Association of Malawi (FAM), authorising them to clear the two players.
He has also played down fears that the departure of the two key players will negatively affect the performance of the team.
Thindwa and Dalio join former Mighty Wanderers winger Gerald Phiri Jnr who signed for Caps last season.
Epac are also on the verge of losing strikers Mussa Manyenje and Pilirani Zonda who are currently training with Big Bullets.
“We have a lot of players and we are sure of producing another Thindwa. We play as a team and do not rely on individuals,” said Josiya Banda.