It was reported that Khuzwayo wanted Chiefs to promise him game time before he could sign a new contract.
Khuzwayo’s contract with Chiefs expires at the end of the 2017/2018 season.
The Umlazi-born goal minder has had to wait on the sidelines while Itumeleng Khune was picked ahead of him.
“Every player comes here [at Chiefs] to compete. With regards to Khuzwayo, he needs to compete. Khune is doing well at the moment,” said Motaung.
“If you are not using a player and keeping a player that is not in your plans you need to accept that the player wants to go to a club that he also wishes to go to. If a player is in his last six or eight months of his contract and the player is not happy then there is a club that wants to acquire the player’s services and you need to accept that. We had a George Lebese here who had a season to go and wanted to leave, we couldn’t keep him. If a player still wants to play for the club there is no need to transfer the player.”
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