Kaizer Chiefs have secured the services of a goalkeeper who would be joining the first team.
Chiefs development goalkeeper Brylon Petersen has finally put pen to paper on a first-team contract with the club, the shot-stopper revealed on Twitter.
Petersen has been keeping goal for the Amakhosi reserve team and played a massive role in the team’s inaugural MultiChoice Diski Shield triumph last season.
The young shot-stopper took to twitter to confirm the contract which is yet to be officially announced by the club.
“Your boy is a now officially a professional footballer for @KaizerChiefs studying towards his honours degree in Mechanical Engineering. I was told this isn’t possible. Man, God is amazing!,” he tweeted.