PREMIER giants Nasinu and Tailevu Naitasiri have managed to secure some quality players in their bid to make the top flight next year.
The Allen Jesoni-coached Nasinu have managed to secure the release of Ulaiasi Tamanisau (Rewa), Laisiasa Gataurua (Nadi) and Maciu Tuilau (Suva).
The side may also get the release of Peniame Drova who is suspended from Rewa and wants to switch to Nasinu.
Suva's Penaia Latianara has also requested for his release from the Capital City side to join Nasinu.
However, their bid to acquire the services of Lorima Dau may be unsuccessful following a transfer fee dispute with the Rewa Football Association.
Nasinu team director Pravin Singh said Rewa had asked for $8400 for Dau's transfer.
He said they had taken the matter to Fiji Football Association to seek amicable solution.
Rewa soccer president Nigel Khan said the former association officials had advised them to impose the fee on Dau.
"Rewa, under the leadership of Pranil Singh paid $8400 to Navua for Lorima's release to play for us and that's the reason why we have imposed the transfer fee," Khan said.
"Once Nasinu pays us the sum, Lorima will be free to leave and play for them."
Meanwhile, Tailevu Naitasiri has also boosted their premier league campaign roping in a Tavua player.
The side has got the release of Ravinesh Karan Singh and awaits the clearance on Josaia Ratu and Jale Vota.
Jonas Naceva, who earlier showed interest in joining Tailevu Naitasiri, will now join the Nadroga camp.
Fiji Football Association chief executive officer Bob Kumar said they would resolve the disputes on player transfer by this week.
The transfer window closes today.