Nyasa Big Bullets left-back Precious Sambani and striker Hassan Kajoke are expected to undergo trials at top Ukranian side FC Rukh Lviv.
The People’s Team chief administration officer Albert Chigoga yesterday said the two have since travelled to Kenya to process their visas.
“Once the visas are processed, they will return and then depart for Ukraine.
“We are happy that our players are attracting the interest of overseas clubs,” he said.
Lviv are currently third from the bottom in the 12-team league with 15 points from 18 matches, having won four, drawn three and lost 11.
Seasoned campaigners Shaktar Donetsk lead the table, having dropped only four points in 18 matches. They are yet to lose a match.
Both Sambani and Kajoke could not be reached for comment.
Kajoke had an outstanding debut TNM Super League season, finishing as second top scorer with 18 goals behind eventual golden boot winner Silver Strikers’ Khuda Muyaba (21). Be Forward Wanderers striker Babatunde Adepoju finished third (16).
Flames coach Meck Mwase said it is encouraging that more players are attracting the interest of European leagues.
“Of course, they might not be the major leagues, but they are far off compared to our local league,” he said.
Another Bullets player Charles Petro is undergoing trials at top Moldovan side FC Sheriff Tiraspol.
Recently, Be Forward Wanderers midfielder Fransisco Madinga secured a three-year outright deal with Georgian top-flight league side FC Dila Gori. n