Sliema Wanderers are in talks to sign experienced goalkeeper David Cassar and midfielder Carlos Flores, the Times of Malta can confirm.
The Blues are working hard to strengthen their squad ahead of next week’s start of the Premier League campaign.
Following the departure of goalkeeper Jake Galea at the end of last season, the Wanderers are keen to bring in some needed experience between their sticks and they have set their sights on bringing in Cassar.
The 33-year-old Cassar boasts a lot of experience in Premier League football. After starting his career with Hibernians he was on the books of Tarxien Rainbows, Pieta Hotspurs, Ħamrun Spartans, Birkirkara and Qormi FC.
For the last two seasons, Cassar played for Sirens FC and in his first season with the St Paul’s Bay club he helped them to an historic qualification to the Europa League qualifiers.
Now the experienced goalkeeper is set to start a new experience with the Wanderers, provided he agrees on personal terms with the Blues.
On the other hand, Carlos Flores is a Mexican midfielder who arrived in Malta in 2020 when he joined Ħamrun Spartans but it was with Lija Athletic where he managed to settle down well.
In fact, last season the 23-year-old made 13 appearances with Lija Athletic, scoring two goals.