Cape Town - Kaizer Chiefs veteran Josta Dladla is set to be given a new and improved contract says his agent, Steve Kapeluschnik.
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According to goal.com, Kapeluschnik believes that Dladla still has a lot to offer the Naturena club with negotiation reaches its conclusion.
“We are still talking (with Chiefs). We haven’t reached anything yet, but it is all looking promising at this stage as the negotiations are nearing conclusion,” Kapelushcnik said.
“We believe that he still has a lot to offer on the playing field, despite recent events that have clouded his progress a bit.
“He is happy at the club and wants to remain with them and I believe he will be with them next season.”
Dladla only competed for Chiefs’ Diski side this past season.
The midfielder joined Amakhosi in 2009 from archrivals Mamelodi Sundowns.
The 35-year-old helped Chiefs win back-to-back Telkom Knockout titles in 2009 and 2010.