Chiefs Extend Bruce Bvuma’s Contract
Kaizer Chiefs goalkeeper, Bruce Bvuma, will remain at the club until 2026.
Following the suspension of veteran shot-stopper Itumeleng Khune in December, plus as a result of recent blunders by Brandon Petersen, Bvuma has become the starting goalkeeper of choice. In fact, he has kept a clean sheet in three of Chiefs’ last four games.
The 28-year-old’s contract was due to expire on 30 June 2024, with the option to sign a pre-contract with the club of his choice in his final six months. Now, it has been officially confirmed that Bvuma will remain at Amakhosi for a further two years.
“Both the club’s management and technical team were happy with Bruce’s performances, hence his contract has been extended,” a source told a local media outlet on Saturday, 20 January.
“He was offered a new two-year deal which he accepted. So, he is definitely staying put at Chiefs for at least two more seasons.”
Bvuma will most likely be back in action when Kaizer Chiefs take on TS Galaxy on 13 February.
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