The longest serving Kaizer Chiefs player in the current squad Itumeleng Khune has dropped a bombshell on when he wants to retire. Goalkeepers around the globe normally like to retire after the age of 37. Now that Itumeleng Khune is pushing for 35 years of age, talks of him retiring have started. Itumeleng Khune barely plays at Kaizer Chiefs. The last time he made an appearance in the Amakhosi colours was when they faced Mamelodi Sundowns in the MTN 8 quarter finals. Since then the player has been sidelined. Considering the fact that he is no longer the same player, talks of him retiring will eventually grow.
As per Farpost Itumeleng Khune said "I’ll retire when I’m older than Buffon. To be quite honest, I’m making a good investment in myself, even investing in the gym at home. I do a lot of extra at my workplace, and even when I get home, I’m motivated to do extra to be in good shape because obviously, my body is my investment. When I invest in my body, it can take me to 40+, so that’s what I’m praying for. It’s in my hands. I have to work hard to achieve that." Do you think there will be a club interest at Khune when he is over 35 and not playing? Comment your answer below, share and hit the like button please.
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