Kaizer Chiefs has made a decision on one of their key goalkeepers whose contract expires at end of the season.
Despite the tough competition at the club when it comes to goalkeepers the Nigerian has been getting a lot of game time lately.
This comes after he started the club's previous three games.
However his contract with Amakhosi is set to expire at the end of the current season.
According to a source close to the club the Nigerian International goalkeeper is set to be handed a two-year contract extension by the club when his deal expires.
"Daniel Akpeyi's contract with Kaizer Chiefs is set to expire in June," said the source.
The source added that the club is keen to hold on the player for another two years.
In addition the source said the club has a huge faith in Akpeyi and both parties are in same commitment in terms of extending his stay.
The source concluded that Akpeyi might retire at the club given his current age.
Source: Kickoff magazine
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