Cape Town - Khethokwakhe Masuku looks set to stay on at Orlando Pirates despite the fact that his contract expires at the end of this month.
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The 29-year-old signed with the Buccaneers on a 3-year deal from NFD side Black Leopards and has often wowed The Ghosts with his unique range of skills but he struggled to nail down a spot in the starting eleven.
Masuku’s agent, Abbie Rasimphi, said that he is almost certain that the winger will stay on with the Soweto Giants.
He has also revealed that there is an option available to extend Masuku’s contract by two years.
“As I have told you before, Masuku is at Pirates and that is where he is staying,” Masuku insisted as quoted by Soccer Laduma.
“He has a two-year option on his deal.”
There has been no word from the Pirates management on the contract situation of Masuku but he has been linked with a move away from the Parktown-based club for the better part of half a season.
Pirates fans will surely be looking for the contract to be extended in the hope that Masuku can replicate the likes of his sublime performance against Leopards two seasons ago.