As the opening of the next domestic transfer window draws to a close, more players continue to be linked with moves away from their clubs.

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Some players are hoping for new deals while others are looking to secure moves to new clubs.

The South African gives you a round-up of what is being reported in the media on Monday, 17 May.

KHUNE’S FUTURE UP THE AIR AT CHIEFS!

Itumeleng Khune’s future at Kaizer Chiefs continues to hog the spotlight as it remains unclear if he will stay or leave.

Khune’s current contract with Chiefs comes to an end in June but Amakhosi have an option to renew it for a further year.

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According to Soccer Laduma, Chiefs are looking to trigger the option although Khune is still considering his future.

Should he sign a contract extension, Khune is expected to hand over the No.1 spot to Brandon Petersen, the same publication reports.

SUNDOWNS TO RELEASE MABUNDA?

Tiyani Mabunda is in the dark over his future at Mamelodi Sundowns as he continues to warm the bench this season.

He is yet to make an appearance for Sundowns thus far, and his agency, TQ Sports, told Soccer Laduma that the midfielder is frustrated by his lack of game time.

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Swallows, AmaZulu and Cape Town City are reported to be monitoring Mabunda’s situation at Sundowns but in the end, it is the Brazilians who will have the last say.

BONGANI KHUMALO LEFT IN THE DARK BY SUPERSPORT?

SuperSport United has reportedly left Bongani Khumalo in the dark over his future.

According to The Citizen, the two parties are yet to open talks over a possible new deal, and this has left Khumalo panicking.

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Khumalo, 34, is in his second spell with Matsatsantsa after joining them in 2018 from the now-defunct Bidvest Wits.

His first stint saw him move to Europe on the back of three successive league triumphs between 2008 and 2010.

The South African