Ajax Cape Town have confirmed that striker Mabhudi Khenyeza has agreed to terms on a two-year contract tabled by the club.
The Siya crew reported earlier this morning that Ajax want to keep hold of the 30-year-old, with their CEO, George Comitis, having explained that they were looking to offer him a two-year deal.
Comitis has since revealed on the club’s official website that the forward has agreed in principle to the contract that he has been offered.
Comitis said, “Khenyeza was a key player in our last four games and we are keen to secure his services. We have offered Mabhuti a new two-year deal, and as the player is a free agent in principle he has agreed to the terms of the contract.”
The striker played a crucial role in the Urban Warriors’ PSL survival this season, scoring five goals in their last four games, helping to guide them away from the relegation zone.