Legendary Kaizer Chiefs goalkeeper, Itumeleng Khune, has clarified his future plans and dismissed any talk of retirement. Although his contract with the club will expire at the end of the season, Khune has expressed his desire to continue playing.
In a recent media interview, the 35-year-old from Ventersdorp revealed that he draws inspiration from goalkeepers like Buffon and intends to emulate their longevity in the game. Khune emphasized the importance of investing in himself as a footballer, maintaining a strict diet and having a home gym to achieve his goals.
While he admits he may not be getting as much game time as he would like, Khune explained that he had discussions with coaches early in the season and accepted his role as a guide for the youth players. He respects the coach’s decision and believes his experience is valuable to the team. Khune has revealed his ambition to continue playing until he is 40 years old or beyond, but whether that will happen at Kaizer Chiefs depends on the decision of the club and his contribution. In the end, Khune made it clear that he was not ready to retire and remained committed to the game.
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