Kaizer Chiefs' reported transfer target Fleurs signs new SuperSport United deal, as Hunt warns player
- SuperSport has moved in to tie down Fleurs
- This comes amid reported Chiefs interest
- New contract signed as January transfer window nears
WHAT HAPPENED? Matsatsantsa chief executive officer Stan Matthews confirmed last week that Chiefs had approached them inquiring about Fleurs. The centre-back was about to enter the final six months of his previous contract which was to expire at the end of this season. That would have allowed Fleurs to enter into a pre-contract agreement with a club of his choice but SuperSport have moved to tie him down with a new deal.
WHAT MATTHEWS SAID: I can tell you that Luke has recommitted his future to SuperSport by agreeing to a three-and-a-half-year deal, Matthews told SABC Sport. Its good news, and we have told the player we will not stand in his way if a good opportunity comes along. The club has inserted a local and international buy-out clause should there be an offer we believe makes sense for the club and for Luke.
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