Cape Town - Siphiwe
Tshabalala will extend his Kaizer Chiefs contract and will ink a new two-year
deal with the Sowetan giants.
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manager, Jazzman Mahlakgane, confirms that negotiations have been ongoing and
everything will be finalised in the coming days.
“It is just a matter
of finalising and signing, but negotiations have gone on very well,” said Mahlakgane
as quoted by KickOff.
At the end of next
year, Tshabalala will mark his tenth year with Chiefs since joining from Free
State Stars in January 2007.
Tshabalala has been touted to leave the Naturena in the past four years following his World Cup opening goal at the FNB stadium - it now seems that the midfielder, who is 30-years-old, will end his playing days with Amakhosi.
Shabba failed to
build on his 88 caps for Bafana Bafana as he missed out a chance to be included
in Shakes Mashaba’s AFCON squad.