Power Dynamos duo of midfielder Kelvin Mubanga and goalkeeper Allan Chibwe are training with Nkana at the teams ongoing training camp in Lusaka.
Nkana are in Lusaka for a week-long mid-season camp before the league resumes on July 16.
Mubanga and Chibwe are part of Nkana’s 28-member party who are camped in Saint Bonaventure area in the capital and training from Miller Grounds and hoping to join the 12-time champions during this July local transfer window.
Mubanga left Nkana in January, 2015 to join Power after spending three years with the three-time champions.
Chibwe have been at Power since July, 2015 after finding very little playing time at Zanaco.
Also with the team in Lusaka is striker Ronald ‘Sate Sate’ Kampamba who has rejoined Nkana on a one year loan after modest spell at Egyptian club Wadi Degla whom he joined in January, 2015 on a three and a half year deal that included a short-term spell at Belgium club Lierse this past 2015/2016 season.
Meanwhile, Nkana goalkeeper Charles Mweemba and midfielder Hosea Silwimba have been linked with a move to FAZ Super division debutants Lumwana Radiants in the July local transfer window.
And Nkana are due back in Kitwe this Sunday following their week long excursion in Lusaka.