SuperSport United Coach Gavin Hunt Rejects a Reunion With Legendary Goalkeeper Itumeleng Khune

Itumeleng Khune’s hunt for a new club has stalled after SuperSport United coach Gavin Hunt, a former Chiefs strategist, turned him down.

The 36-year-old shot-stopper will leave the Chiefs at the end of the season. The club honored his career during their last home encounter on Saturday, May 18, 2024.

SuperSport has ceased its interest in Khune, as stated in the tweet below:

According to Soccer Laduma, SuperSport CEO Stanley Matthews stated that the club will not sign Khune, while Pretoria may lose defender Kegan Johannes to Orlando Pirates.

Matthews said:

“Yes, we are looking for a goalkeeper right now. We have no choice, but it won’t be Khune.””

SuperSport will need a new goalkeeper next season, as their current number one, Ricardo Goss, will return to Mamelodi Sundowns after his loan term expires.

Mzansi football fans believe Khune, 36, still has valuable contributions to the game.

Siphamandla Mkhulise believes the move will never happen:

“Obviously, Gavin would never sign Khune.”

Thembinkosi Mgcina Siroro wished Khune well:

“Good luck to him.”

Mtheh Cele Cele gave a suggestion:

“Khune must just sign with Magesi.”

Koketso Mantu says Khune must retire:

“I think he’ll be signed as a goalkeeper coach.”

Kulehile Kul hopes SuperSport reconsiders:

“Please, may they sign this man.”

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