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Itumeleng Khune Turned Down A Deal That Is Worth R960k From This Club?

According to South African media reports, Khune turned down a substantial offer from an overseas team during the off-season in order to stay with Kaizer Chiefs. According to, Chiefs confirmed a two-year contract extension for Khune yesterday, and it is known that United Arab Emirates powerhouse Shabab Al Ahli had offered him a three-year agreement.

According to reports, the Middle Eastern club has offered Khune a three-year contract for twice as much as his current wage of R460,000 per month at Naturena FC.

He would have earned R960k a month for three years if he had joined the crew.

According to a source close to Khune, the 34-year-old has already reached an agreement on principle. The agreement to join the club following successful completion of the required medical examinations As a result, he worked through the night to extend his contract with the Kansas City Chiefs for another two years. There was much more work to be done.

He was able to move to the United Arab Emirates without any problems. Because of their great admiration for him, they were keen to have him take over as their primary goalie for the following season, according to the source.

Even though Khune was a loyal member of Mamelodi Sundowns, the club accused him of demanding an expensive salary when he was thought to be interested in signing him a few seasons back.


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