CAPS United midfielders Devon Chafa and Moses Muchenje are undergoing trials in Egypt with top-flight football sides in that country.
Chafa flew out the country on Monday, and he will try his luck with at least three clubs, while Muchenje left at the weekend.
Chafa’s agent Gibson Mahachi refused to give more details on the issue.
But reports last week said at least three clubs in Egypt were charmed by the player during the African champions league last year and wanted a closer look at him.
Devon Chafa is out of contract after it expired at the end of the year.
Former captain Moses Muchenje is also said to be due for trials in Egypt with an unnamed side.
Several CAPS players left the club after their Champions League campaign. Abbas Amidu joined Egyptian club El Entag El Harby while Ronald Chitiyo moved to CS Sfaxien of Tunisia.
Striker Dominic Chungwa recently signed a contract with ABSA Premiership side Polokwane City and goalkeeper Edmore Sibanda joined National First Division club Witbank Spurs.
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