Johannesburg - Before the end of his current deal Kaizer Chiefs are set to tie down Itumeleng Khune on a long-term contract.
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According to Soccer Laduma, Chiefs are keen to hold onto Khune as they look to prevent any other team to sign one of their most valuable assets.
It is believed that the 27-year-old's contract is set to expire at the end of July next year.
Khune has had a fantastic season between the posts so far which will alert overseas clubs and the shot-stopper spoke on numerous occasions of his desire to ply his trade abroad.
It is revealed that the Amakhosi captain can secure a pre-contract with an overseas club and go on a free transfer which will most likely guarantee him leaving Naturena as Chiefs would cash in on him if the right price is being tabled.
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Amakhosi’s next PSL encounter is against University of Pretoria on Saturday, September 13 at 15:00.