University of Pretoria goalkeeper, Tristyn Coetzee, is set to renew his contract with the club.
The 27-year-old keeper joined Tuks from the club’s varsity team, and only started one game last game and has been deputising for the club's number one goalkeeper, Zimbabwean, Washington Arubi.
Coetzee will see the expiration of his contract at the end of this month, but if the word coming from the coach, Steve Barker, is anything to go by, the keeper is set to stay for another two years.
Speaking to the crew, Barker, said the keeper will stay for a longer term at the club and everything will be sorted by the end of this week.
“Tristyn is staying and we’ll have to renew his contract with a further two years. We’re in the process of finalising all of that, and by the end of the week, everything will be sorted,” said Barker.
The Pretoria-born keeper will hope to sign and get more game-time in the season ahead.