The Siya crew has been informed of the latest done deal at Mamelodi Sundowns.
As reported in the latest edition of Soccer Laduma, defender Tebogo Langerman has put pen to paper on a new two-year deal at Chloorkop.
His current one was due to expire on June 30.
It now means Langerman, who turns 34 in May, could very well retire at the club when his new deal comes to end – and Siya sources have also informed the crew that Sundowns have inserted an added two-year option.
Langerman joined Sundowns from crosstown rivals SuperSport United in 2012, joining the Brazilians under then coach Johan Neeskens, the Dutch legend who was later that year replaced by Pitso Mosimane.
With ‘Jingles’ at the helm, Langerman enjoyed unprecedented success with his teammates and has won a total of 11 trophies, which includes five league titles and the 2016 CAF Champions League.
The decision to give Langerman a new contract is reward for his service at the club even as he is getting older and is not playing as frequently under co-coaches Manqoba Mngqithi and Rulani Mokwena so far this season.
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