Kaizer Chiefs and Itumeleng Khune are in talks over a possible deal for the shot-stopper.
According to Goal SA journalist Austin Ditlhobolo Khune’s agency led by his agent , hato Matuka and Chiefs are in talks regarding Khune’s future at the club.
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Earlier this month, Mzansi’s Number One said that he still wants to continue to play despite his age.
He will think of retirement in his 40s, and he is prepared to leave the club to continue with his career.
However, having lost another club legend Eric Mathoho this week, the club seems to be looking to keep Khune.
His current deal expires next month, and he is looking to get a new deal.
The 35-year-old is in his 17th year as the club’s first team player, and he is the last player to win a trophy at the club.
Having last tasted silverware back in 2014, Khune will look to end the trophyless run next season.
The two parties are looking to resolve the issue quickly and get back to planning for next season.
Head coach Arthur Zwane sees Itu as an important part of the team due to his experience.
He is also key in deciding Khune’s future at the club.