Kaizer Chiefs FC football manager Bobby Motaung himself has given an update regarding Itumeleng Khune on him getting a new contract.
Few months ago, Itumeleng Khune made it clear that he still wants to play, in as much as some fans are already calling or suggesting that he must retire. Khune is currently having thirty six years old, and he revealed that he will play untill he becomes forty years. However, before the current season start, Kaizer Chiefs FC made a confirmation that this current season will be the last one for Khune as a Chiefs player. Khune then later, made it clear that he is not ready to retire. There are reports linking the longest Kaizer Chiefs FC player with PSL rivals, Sekhukhune United.
Motaung said at the moment, Khune is a Kaizer Chiefs FC player, and he is currently suspended. He confirmed that another things like contract negotiations will start immediately when his suspension come to an end.
“The club has put him on suspension. He is still following the program that we agreed on in terms of what he needs to do. We will deal with the other issues once he has completed his focus on the disciplinary issues. He is still there, he is still suspended,” Chiefs football manager Bobby Motaung told the media.
“We will look into his matter once the suspension is over. He is an athlete. He is keeping himself fit. He enjoyed himself in the Carling Cup, but you must remember that was an exhibition game. At the moment we are focusing on the program that he has to follow and what he has to do.” Bobby added.
In other news, Antonio Van Wyk who is currently linked with a very possible move to Kaizer Chiefs FC’s official update has been given by his agent. Van Wyk is the most wanted man in Naturena, exactly, especially by fans.
The 21-year-old has made 60 appearances and scored five goals for Stellies since making his debut in the 2021/22 season.
The South African U23 player, who has also been capped at senior level at the 2022 COSAFA Cup, has attracted the interest of several teams after his good showings for Stellies.
The former Ubuntu Academy graduate will remain forever in the history books of the Cape Winelands side after helping them clinch their first-ever major silverware, lifting the Carling Knockout Cup.
Amid reported interest in Antonio Van Wyk, iDiski Times reached out to Van Wyk’s representative Lance Davids of Football First, who confirmed that the Stellenbosch winger was happy at the club and has another year on his contract.