Vipers will send two more players on loan.
Forwards Francis Onekalit and Musa Esenu will leave St Mary’s stadium temporarily on loan to yet to be confirmed clubs.
Onekalit, came through the club’s academy, St Mary’s school Kitende and joined the senior team at the start of this year.
The young striker did not score in 7 appearances for the club’s and struggled to break into the starting team with Tonny Odur,Erisa Ssekisambu and Milton Karisa being the preferred attacking options under coach Jorge Miguel Da Costa.
Esenu, meanwhile, also joined Vipers from Soana last season with hopes of helping the club solve its scoring problems.
He made a bright start,scoring his first goal in the 4-0 drubbing of Police FC at Nakivubo stadium.
However,his form faded as the season went on;he not only struggled with form but also found it hard to play regularly.
Esenu managed just three appearances in the second round of the Azam Uganda premier league.
Da Costa has already trimmed his squad,releasing some and adding five to the team ahead of the 2017/18 campaign.
The Venoms are expected to negotiate the players’ loan deals as soon as possible to enable them have more playing time.
And the duo join Brain Kakaire,Aggrey Madoi,Ibrahim Kayiwa,Bashir Mutanda among others who have left the Hima cement sponsored side on loan to different clubs already.