Afrisports and Zambia midfielder Stophira Sunzu has moved to French Ligue 2 club Chateauroux.
The teenage midfielder has signed a 1-year loan deal with the French Ligue 2 club until the end of the 2008/2009 season next May.
Afrisports confirmed the deal was completed yesterday and that Sunzu is already at Chateauroux preparing for his debut campaign in the French second tier club.
Sunzu joins Chateauroux after a successful trial spell at the club in July but the deal was delayed after Afrisports and the French club failed to agree on terms.
The 19-year-old midfielder has until his move to France been on loan to Zanaco from the Faz division 1 north club since the start of the season.
Sunzu was part of the Zambia Under-20 team at last years Fifa World Youth Championships in Canada after earlier making his international debut with the Under-23 team in their Olympic and All-Africa games qualifiers.
He will be the second Zambian and Afrisports player to join Chateauroux after striker Jacob Mulenga who has been at the French club since August 2004.
Meanwhile, Zambia Under-20 teams 10-day training camp to Australia has collapsed in unexplained circumstances.
The team was due to leave for Canberra on Wednesday but silence has engulfed the teams departure.