Mosta FC have offered new contracts to three players who formed part of their first team last season, as the Blues step up their preparations ahead of their participation in the UEFA Europa Conference League.
On Tuesday, the Blues were handed a historic qualification in the UEFA club competitions this summer after Malta champions a Ħamrun Spartans were barred by the European governing body of football’s Appeals Board to compete in this season’s Champions League due to their involvement in a match-fixing case in 2012-13.
Mosta are currently speeding up their preparations to have a competitve squad for their debut in European football and have handed a new two-year contract to Congolese goalkeeper Christoffer Mafoumbi.
The 27-year-old shot-stopper turned out to be a key member for the Blues last season, managing six clean sheets in 17 appearances.
The Blues have also reconfirmed utility player Ekani Rodrigues.
The Cameroon player has put pen to paper on a one-year contract.
The new contract means that Ekani Rodriguez has extended his long stay with the Blues as he had joined the Premier League club in 2016 and bar a one-year spell at Sirens he had always donned the colours of Mosta in the last few years.
The other player to be handed a new contract by Mosta is young goalkeeper Andre Spiteri.
The 21-year-old, who collected three appearances for the Malta U-21 team, has agreed terms on a one-year deal.