Itumeleng Khune, the Carling All-Star XI player, may have an uncertain future at his current club. It is unclear whether his contract will be renewed at the end of the season. As a result, he is considering an offer from Sekhukhune United, which not only provides playing time but also opportunities for his post-football career in the management structures of the team.

The offer from Sekhukhune United is more than just a football player offer. It includes a retirement package, allowing Khune to play for three seasons, retire, and work for the team. This approach has been attempted with other players, such as Morgan Gould and Willard Katsande, although it did not work out as planned. However, the club is willing to continue with this strategy in order to secure the potential deal with Khune.

Khune’s interest in exploring other options and opportunities is driven by his desire to avoid being sidelined like other players, including Bernard Parker, Tinashe Nengomasha, and Siphiwe “Shabba” Tshabalala. He wants to secure his future beyond football, and Sekhukhune United is offering him that opportunity. The prospect of having a significant fan base is also appealing to Khune, as it can boost his personal brand and contribute to Sekhukhune United’s growth as a club.

Soccer Laduma reached out to both clubs for comment, but no response was received at the time of preparing this story.

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