Kaizer Chiefs Football Club goalkeeper and captain Itumeleng Khune is preparing to leave the club.
The legendary shot-stopper is in the final two months of his contract at the club and may leave Chiefs to continue with his playing career.
Yesterday during the Robert Marawa show Marawa Sports Worldwide(MSW) Khune shared that he wants to play until his 40s.
“I want to play until I am 40 plus,” Khune, 35 said on MSW.
“But whether that will be at Kaizer Chiefs is up to the club and what I bring to the table. I am not ready to retire.“
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The club and the Agency that is representing the South African international are yet to open talks to discuss the future of the veteran goalkeeper.
Having started his career at the club back in 1999, the club is more likely to retain its most experienced player beyond this season.
But getting game time will be hard as he is currently the club’s number two goalkeeper behind Brandon Petersen.
Khune will be hoping to retain his number-one spot this upcoming Saturday at FNB Stadium in Johannesburg against Orlando Pirates Football Club in the semifinals of the Nedbank Cup.
This comes after he started Chiefs’ last match against Swallows Football Club which ended 2-1 in favour of Swallows.