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Baloyi uncertain over future 31/05/04
Bafana Bafana goalkeeper Brian Baloyi could leave Kaizer Chiefs at the end of this season.

Baloyi signed a four month extension earlier this season and that deal ends at the end of the season.

The long-serving Amakhosi stopper has found himself being rotated with the in-form Rowan Fernandez this season, as coach Ted Dumitru adopted a rotation policy at Chiefs.

Former Wits University goalkeeper Fernandez is being tipped as the ideal replacement for Baloyi, who conceded that he will consider his future at the end of the season.

Baloyi was questioned about his future after Saturday's win over Swallows, but he refused to give much away.

"For now I am a Chiefs player. We will see how the negotiations go and then take it from there," said Baloyi.

Fernandez has also signed a lucrative new three-year contract with Chiefs, which contradicts earlier reports that he wanted out.

Baloyi has also been linked with a move to Sundowns, and speculation heightened when the Pretoria-based side's president Patrice Motsepe revealed he will the names of several players set to join the club during the off-season soon.

The goalkeeper nicknamed "Spiderman" was ever-present in the Chiefs goal since he took over from DRC's Botende Eshele in the early 1990s.

Chiefs midfielder Jabu Pule is another star being linked with a move away from the Amakhosi at the end of the season.

The talented Pule, who has been banned from training with the club, has hit the headlines for all the wrong reasons this season and Chiefs are said to be fed-up with the player's misdemeanors.

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