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Kaizer Chiefs reportedly offers a troublesome starlet four-year deal after a controversial season that saw him suspended at one point.

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Donay Jansen in Kaizer Chiefs training session at Naturena during the 2023/2024 season.

Earlier this season, Amakhosi suspended a number of Dstv Diski Challenge youngsters for refusing to perform ballboy duties during one of the matches this season.

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One of the youngsters who was suspended is Donay Jansen, who, by that time, had a five-year first team offer on the table, but due to the suspension, it was taken off the table.

While his teammates, Omega Mdaka and Puso Dithejane, were shown the exit doors, Jansen returned to the club after four months of suspension.

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After making his debut in the club’s first-team matchday squad this past Sunday against Amazulu FC, the 21-year-old is said to have been offered a new long-term deal.

According to Soccer Laduma, Chiefs has tabled a new four-year deal for the youngster, as the club continues to tie down young players ahead of next season.

He joins the likes of Mduduzi Shabalala, Mfundo Vilakazi, Aiden McCarthy, and Samkelo Zwane, who have received a first-team contract recently.

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