Sirens have completed two new signings after reaching an agreement with Gambian midfielder Jammeh Tamsir and Argentine defender Emanuele Callegari.
Both Tamsir and Callegari, who were on the books of Italian fourth-tier side Insieme Formia, agreed personal terms with the St Paul’s Bay outfit and put pen to paper on a deal until the end of the season.
Tamsir is a Gambian defender who spent the majority of the career in Italy.
The 24-year-old was on the books of Lanusei, Valle Tevere, Palestrina and Montalto.
On the other hand, Callegari also was based in Italy where in the last two years he was on the books of Imperia, Borgaro and Duca Spoleto.
Tamsir and Callegari are expected to make their debut for Sirens on Saturday when they face Balzan.
Meanwhile, Sirens have also recruited two talented youngsters.
Wing backs Karl Luke Schembri, who in the past was on the books of Ħamrun Spartans, and Sean Schembri, who played for Pieta Hotspurs, have agreed to join the St Paul’s Bay side.