The goalkeeper for Kaizer Chiefs has good news at his team because he is no longer concerned about his future at Naturena.
Bruce Bvuma, the Amakhosi goalkeeper who was having trouble with game time, has good news, according to our sources.
Bvuma was connected to an exit two months ago. Itumeleng Khune’s lack of discipline and Brandon Petersen’s dismal play gave Bvuma a fantastic opportunity.
The 28-year-old goalie seized the opportunity. The star from Leratong continued to contribute to three consecutive clean sheets.
A recent report states that the Naturena Academy alumnus is just in the final stages of finalizing a new contract extension.
“Both the club’s management and technical team were happy with Bruce’s performances hence his contract has been extended,” a source told GOAL.
“He was offered a new two-year deal which he accepted. So, he is definitely staying put at Chiefs for at least two more seasons.”
Bvuma, 28, has been with Chiefs since 2017 but has struggled to break into the first team ahead of Itumeleng Khune and Brandon Petersen. However, he remains part of the club’s plans going forward, and Chiefs have decided to reward him with a new deal.
Bvuma is a highly-rated goalkeeper, and Chiefs believe he has the potential to be their number-one for many years. This new contract is a sign of their faith in him, and it will be interesting to see how he develops in the coming years