Itumeleng Isaac Khune is the real name of the man known to many as Mzansi's number one and Spiderman.
Ventersdorp is the hometown of the talented goalkeeper. In order to achieve his childhood dream of playing professional football, he joined the Kaizer Chiefs Football Club's youth development team at such a young age.
It's hard to believe, but Itumeleng Khune became a member of the Kaizer Chiefs Football Club in 1999.
This simply means that the shot stopper has been in service to the Phefeni men for over two decades at this point.... Considering he hasn't played for another team since joining Amakhosi, that's quite the accomplishment.
Goalkeeper Itumeleng Khune is adored not only by fans of Kaizer Chiefs, but by soccer fans all over the world as well.
After taxes, his take-home pay is estimated to be around R480,000 per month. Aside from that, he has a net worth of R21 million. Check out his work by clicking on the link:
The salary and net worth of soccer player Itumeleng Khune have been revealed by the website Soccertopten.com.
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