As we are getting closer to the January Premier Soccer League (PSL) transfer window, most Football clubs are starting to identify their transfer targets as they prepare make some additions to their squads when the transfer window finally opens, and it is reported that multiple top PSL clubs have their eyes set on a particular Zambian star.
According to reports, a 26 year old Zambian central midfielder named Larry Bwalya who plays for Simba SC in Tanzania has reportedly gotten the attention of PSL clubs Kaizer Chiefs and Amazulu FC, it is reported that Kaizer Chiefs are interested in Larry Bwalya as head coach Stuart Baxter is looking to strengthen the midfield position.
However, there some complications as both Kaizer Chiefs and Amazulu FC will have to release at least one of their foreign players in order to sign the Zambian star, because PSL clubs are only allowed to have 5 foreign players in their squads an both clubs currently have 5 foreigners.
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