Absa Premiership

Chenene seeking Tuks stay

2015-02-09 12:58
Bennett Chenene (Gallo Images)

Cape Town - Bennet Chenene reveals that the University of Pretoria might make his loan move permanent if he bodes well at the club.

Read: Mbekile hopes for better fortune

According to goal.com, Chenene admits that remaining in Pretoria was a priority for him and his family as SuperSport United was looking to offload the player.

"I had offers from teams like Polokwane City and Platinum Stars but felt it would be daunting for me to be in Limpopo or in Rustenburg while my business needs attention in Pretoria,” said Chenene

"The club and I share one vision; to finish within the top eight.

“I think if I do well they will consider offering me a long-term contract going forward," Chenene added.

AmaTuks welcome Chippa United to Tuks Stadium for their first PSL encounter of the year on Tuesday, February 10.

Kick-off is at 19:30.

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