In Blantyre, Mighty Wanderers have opened talks with Escom United and Flames star midfielder Chimango Kaira and Blantyre United midfielder Jimmy Chikulekule.
Wandererâ€™s vice-chairperson Gift Mkandawire said he believes Kaira will add strength in attack if he is incorporated into the team.
â€œWhen the technical committee recommended that we sign Kaira, we agreed knowing he has the potential. He is a player whom we think will be an asset to the team.
â€œCurrently, we have entered into direct talks with the player. He has given us conditions and now we are working on that,â€ said Mkandawire.
Kaira also confirmed the Nomads interest.
â€œIt is true I was approached by Wanderers and I gave them my conditions as to what I am looking for in terms of package. I am ready to play for them if they meet my conditions,â€ said Kaira who has been transfer-listed by Escom.
The player said currently he is training with Tigers Youth just to keep fit.
In Lilongwe, another Escom striker Noel Mkandawire, and former Wanderers striker Wister Phiri and Alick Lihuhu who have just returned from Mozambique are set to sign for Civo United.
Civo United team manager and assistant coach Davie Chirwa confirmed the development.
â€œAll the three players have expressed commitment to play for us, but we are currently assessing them. But since we do not have the chairperson, the general secretary and the treasurer in place, negotiations have been put on hold,â€ said Chirwa.
Civo executive had a change of the executive committee two weeks ago and the top three positions are appointed by the Office of the President and Cabinet (OPC).
Former Big Bullets defender Wyson Nkhana and former Blue Eagles midfielder Lawrence Mwehiwa are other players training with Civo and might be signed depending on performance according to Chirwa.