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Spencer Sautu joins Ndola giants Zesco United

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Chipolopolo midfielder Spencer Sautu has joined Ndola giants Zesco United on a two-year loan from Green Eagles.

Sautu spent last season on loan at Power Dynamos.

The club announced the capture of Sautu in a statement issued by club Media and Public Relations Officer Desmond Katongo.

“Zesco United football club is delighted to announce the signing of Green Eagles sensational attacking midfielder Spencer Sautu,” read the statement in part.

The Mumamba Numba drilled side have also bolstered their goalkeeping department with the signing of international custodian Gregory Sanjase.

Sanjase has joined champions Zesco from demoted side Young Green.

Sanjanse has penned a three-year loan deal at the club.

Both players are part of the Beston Chambeshi drilled Chipolopolo that will take on Tunisia in a World Cup qualifier at Levy Mwanawasa Stadium tomorrow.

The arrival of Sanjase brings the number of keepers at the club to three after first choice Ian Otieno and Samson Banda.

Zesco lost second choice goalkeeper Toaster Nsabata during the transfer window.

Nsabata has joined South African side Sekhukhune United.

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