Nkana have confirmed the capture of Chipolopolo midfielder Chisamba Lungu.
Chisamba moves to Nkana just days after terminating his two-year contract with Buildcon whom he joined in February after a six month stint at Turkish side Alanyaspor.
Nkana CEO Charles Chakatazya said Chisamba has joined the club on a two year deal and that he was valuable addition to their arsenal for the 2019 league and continental campaign.
Chisamba has joined his ex-Buildcon club mate Ben Banh at Nkana.
The defender has joined Nkana on a season-long loan.
Banh and Chisamba’s arrivals have cushioned Nkana’s failure to hold on to the 2018 top scorer Idris Mbombo who opted for a big money move to Al Hilal of Sudan after a season-long loan stint with the Kitwe club.
Meanwhile, striker Walter Bwalya has extended his stay with Nkana for another two seasons.
Bwalya joined Nkana in 2016 from Forest Rangers.