Defender Stopilla Sunzu and his two Sochaux club mates have arrived for Wednesday’s friendly against Uganda at Levy Mwanawasa Stadium in Ndola.
Sunzu, together with midfielder Nathan Sinkala and striker Emmanuel Mayuka arrived at the teams Ndola camp at midday on Monday.
The trio later took part in Mondays only full training session at Levy Stadium that was initially disrupted by a severe hail storm as the team was about to kick off practice.
However, they were not the first foreign-based players to arrive in camp.
Striker Rodgers Kola of Ironi Kiryat Shmona in Israel and Mamelodi Sundowns defender Hichani Himonde arrived early on Monday morning and were subjected to a mid-morning fitness tests by coach Patrice Beaumelle at Levy Stadium before attending full training with the rest of their Zambia team mates later in the afternoon.
Meanwhile, two other foreign based call-up also took part in Monday training.
Defenders Davies Nkausu and Joseph Musonda of South Africa PSL clubs Bloemfontein Celtic and Golden Arrows were part of Monday’s full training.
Beaumelle was by late Monday evening expecting the TP Mazembe duo of Rainford Kalaba and Kabaso Chanda.
Kalaba and Chanda were en route to camp after their 1-1 CAF Champions League first round, first leg draw away to Les Astres on Sunday in Cameroon.
Goalkeeper Kennedy Mweene and defender Emmanuel Mbola are the last players expected to join camp on Tuesday.