Kaizer Chiefs’ goalkeeper Itumeleng Khune agrees a new one-year deal with the club.
According to Rushsporton(@Rushsportson2), Khune has agreed to a new deal with the club ahead of 2023/2024.
The shot-stopper agrees a new one-year deal that will kick in on the 1st of July when his current ends on the 30th of June.
There is an agreement in principle between the two parties, waiting for the keeper to sign the contract.
Chiefs coaching staff ked by Arthur Zwane feel the 35-year-old is an important part of the dressing room.
His presence it is still needed in the team because he is a leader.
See the tweet about Khune’s agreement with Chiefs by clicking the link below:
CHIEFS and ITUMELENG KHUNE agreed on a one year deal
There’s an agreement in principle, waiting on the contract to be signed in the next few days
— Rushsportson (@Rushsportson2) June 6, 2023
With the new deal, Khune will go into his 20th year as a first team player, having joined from the club’s development team back in 2004.
While Khama Billiat and Sfiso Hlanti have also received one-year deals from the club with reduced wages.
However, the club is looking to release up to eight players before the start of next season.
With the likes of Bonfils-Caleb Bimenyimana, Austin Dube, Njabulo Ngcobo, Alexander Cole, and Phathutshedzo Nange face uncertain times at the club.