Nkosi's future at Chiefs still not secured

Nkosi's two-year contract will come to an end in June, but he's willing to extend his stay at Naturena as he hasn't signed a pre-contract with any other club
By Ernest Makhaya
Kaizer Chiefs have confirmed to Goal that the club is still engaged in talks with midfielder Siyabonga Nkosi for a contract extension.
Nkosi's current deal will expire at the end of June, and although the former Bloemfontein Celtic player wants to stay, he's yet to agree terms with Chiefs.
AmaKhosi coorporate and communication manager Vina Maphosa told Goal that the club will release a statement regarding the matter.
"We are still working on that," Maphosa said of Nkosi's contract. "An update will be released in due course," he added.
Reports suggest that Chiefs are only willing to give Nkosi a one-year extension, while the player wants to stay for the next two seasons.
At 32, Nkosi is still very much involved in the game and despite struggling to feature regularly in Stuart Baxter's starting line-up, he remains one of the important members of the AmaKhosi team this season.
The Newcastle-born player has played for several local clubs, including SuperSport United and Golden Arrows, but he looks unlikely to leave the Soweto giants at the of the season.

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