Chiefs Khune retiring

Kaizer Chiefs goalkeeper Itumeleng Khune not retiring. Image: X

Kaizer Chiefs identify Itumeleng Khune replacement

Kaizer Chiefs may have found Itumeleng Khune’s replacement. Ironically, he plays for their PSL rivals. Here is the latest.

Chiefs Khune retiring

Kaizer Chiefs goalkeeper Itumeleng Khune not retiring. Image: X

Kaizer Chiefs have identified their latest transfer target.

Kaizer Chiefs have identified a whole new team worth of targets. Interestingly, SIX Bafana Bafana stars are linked with Amakhosi too.

Now, their latest transfer target has been lined up. So, who is Itumeleng Khune’s replacement target?


Chiefs are interested in signing, TS Galaxy goalkeeper, Fiacre Ntwari.

Interestingly, he is being lined up as Khune’s replacement, according to SNL. Meaning, Khune will likely be leaving Chiefs in the next few days. Moreover, Khune could sign for these PSL rivals.

Amakhosi are serious about replacing Khune. Currently, they have identified three goalkeepers from PSL rivals as well as a veteran goalie in Africa.

Stanley Nwabili could move to Chiefs in a swop deal. Essentially, losing an Amakhosi player and probably paying the difference to secure his services. Meanwhile, they are also set to make an offer for Salim Magoola from Richards Bay. Therefore, Ntwari is the third goalkeeper target identified in the PSL and the fourth in total.

Amakhosi are set to battle Orlando Pirates for Afcon-winning goalkeeper, Fabrice Ondoa. Interestingly, he was formerly coached by current Bafana Bafana head coach, Hugo Broos.


Khune is likely to leave Chiefs in the next few days.

In fact, he is one of 12 Chiefs players linked with likely exits out of Naturena. His future has been up in the air in recent months with his contract set to expire soon. Now, with Amakhosi so focused on recruiting a goalkeeper, his exit looks more likely than before. So, Khune does leave Naturena he will be the last legend to leave. Siphiwe Tshabalale, Reneilwe Letsholonyane, Willard Katsande, Eric Mathoho and Khune will always be remembered for their Amakhosi legacy that they left at Naturena.