With his short-term contract at the club all but expired, Mabhudi Khenyeza’s future is now back up in the air, however it has been revealed that Ajax Cape Town do want to keep him at Ikamva.
The 30-year-old striker joined Ajax back in January on a short-term deal after leaving SuperSport United, going on to play a crucial role for the club in their battle against relegation.
Khenyeza scored seven goals in 12 games for the Urban Warriors, including five in their last four games, helping them retain their place in the Absa Premiership.
With his contract set to expire, Khenyeza will be a free agent once again, although Ajax’s CEO, George Comitis, says that they want to sign the forward on a long-term deal.
Comitis told the Siya crew, “He’s now a free player, but we’ve already spoken to him and his agent about the possibility of giving him a two-year contract with us.”
It is believed that both AmaZulu and Golden Arrows could also be interested in attempting to land the striker, although Khenyeza seemed to have enjoyed his spell in Cape Town and may be eager to extend his stay with the club.