Cape Town – Itumeleng Khune’s advisor has revealed that Kaizer Chiefs have not offered the goalkeeper a new deal as of yet.
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According to Soccer Laduma, there have been no meetings between the parties involved and Khune cannot be decisive on his future insists the goalkeeper's advisor from the UK.
“The truth is that no terms have been offered by the club. There have been no meetings. The player cannot be decisive on his future with the club if he has nothing to look at," said the advisor.
“We’re glad to hear that the player is under no undue pressure from Chiefs. He’s fit and raring to go for the game against Hoffenheim and he’s really looking forward to it.”
Sport24 reported that Chiefs assistant coach, Doctor Khumalo, let it slip that Khune is weighing up his options and that the shot-stopper is thinking of joining arch-rivals Orlando Pirates.
Meanwhile, Khune will be tested by the German outfit on Friday, January 16 at the FNB Stadium.
Kick-off is at 19:30.