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Khune Rejected A R960k DEAL From This Club

Khune reportedly turned down a lucrative offer from an international club during the off-season in order to remain with Kaizer Chiefs, according to South African media reports. 

Chiefs confirmed a two-year contract extension for Khune yesterday, according to a credible claim by, and it is understood that the United Arab Emirates heavyweights Shabab Al Ahli had offered him a three-year deal. 

It has been reported that the Middle Eastern club has offered Khune a three-year contract with a salary that is twice as high as the R460,000 per month he currently earns at Naturena FC. 

If he had joined the crew, he would have earned R960k a month for three years. 

A source close to Khune claims that the 34-year-old has already negotiated a principle agreement to join the club after passing the necessary medical tests. As a result, he worked through the night to sign a two-year contract extension with the Kansas City Chiefs.

Much more needed to be accomplished. He was able to relocate to the United Arab Emirates with no further issues. According to the source, they were eager to have him take over as their starting goalkeeper for the upcoming season because of their high regard for him. 

When Mamelodi Sundowns were rumored to be interested in signing Khune a few seasons ago, even though he was a committed member of the club, the club accused him of demanding an excessive salary.

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Khune Middle Eastern Naturena FC. Shabab United Arab Emirates


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