Malta international goalkeeper Steve Sultana will be making a return to Gozitan football after agreeing a long-term deal with Nadur Youngsters.
A product of Nadur, twenty-eight year old Sultana was on the books of Qormi between 2011 and 2014. In season 2014/15, he moved to Balzan. The following season, Sultana returned to Gozo to join Xewkija Tigers, spending two years at the club. While at Xewkija, he was voted GFA Player of the Year. In 2017, he moved to Hamrun Spartans on loan while last season, he joined Balzan, being a regular choice in the early part of the season and forming part of the Malta national team squad.
Also making a return to Gozo will be coach Mark Buttigieg who will also join Nadur Youngsters after a spell with Birkirkara, first as an assistant to both Paul Zammit and John Arne Riise and later as coach.
Meanwhile Balzan welcomed back three players who were on loan in Serbia.
Jamie Zerafa spent the whole season at FK Indjija who won promotion from the First Division to the Super League while Zac Grech and Neil Frendo had moved to OFK Belgrade in the January transfer window where they played with the Youth team.
Balzan are favourites to sign goalkeeper Krisitjan Naumovski from Birkirkara.