Civil Sporting Club have set a price tag of K10 million each on attackers Raphael Phiri and Righteous Banda who are heavily linked with a move away from the club.
According to the local media reports, the duo have attracted interest from Nyasa Big Bullets, Costol do Sol of Mozambique, Red Arrows of Zambia and Silver Strikers FC.
However, Bullets are the favorites to land Banda who was named player of the season for the central region outfit last year.
It has been reported that Banda will only leave Civil for Bullets for not less than K10 million, with foreign clubs being told to cough up K15 million for the lethal winger.
As for Phiri, who is heavily linked with a move to Silver Strikers, K10 million will also be enough to convince the servants to part ways with the forward.
As reported earlier on, Bullets offered Civil K4 million for Banda which the Lilongwe based side turned down but sources have confided with the publication that K6 million can convince Civil to let the player join the Blantyre based giants.
The duo formed a deadly combination last season to inspire Civil Sporting Club to a top four finish ahead of Blue Eagles, Mafco and Moyale Barracks.
Meanwhile, Bullets Chairman Noel Lipipa has vowed to bring Banda to the club saying he has what it takes to add firepower to Bullets in the club’s quest to end its two year Super League drought.