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Kaizer Chiefs’ prime target Khanyisa Mayo signs a three-year extension with Cape Town City FC.

Kaizer Chiefs target Khanyisa Mayo and his brother Khanyisile Mayo of Chippa United.
Cape Town City FC attacker Khanyisa Mayo and his brother Khanyisile Mayo.

According to SABC Sport sources Khanyisa Mayo extended his stay at the Citizens by further three years.

Adding to the 2-year deal he has with the club, which will now run until the end of the 2027/2028 season.

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Mayo’s new deal ultimately diminishes the interest clubs like Mamelodi SundownsYoung Africans, and Kaizer Chiefs had in his services.

The club that will want to price the 24-year-old away from the Cape will have to pay a substantial fee given the new developments.

A streetwise move by Cape Town City owner John Comitis to protect his best player and also increase his value.

Wealthy clubs like Chiefs and Sundowns are targeting the South African international.

And this is a blow to their ambitions of landing the attacker.

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Chiefs’ target agent Basia Michaels reluctantly confirmed the news.

Stating that the City owner Comitis was always going to look to keep the player.

Mayo ended the season as the league’s joint-top goalscorer with 12 goals and also won his club’s Player of the Season accolade.

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