Khuzwayo (22) has been in sublime form for First Division club Thanda Royal Zulu where he is on loan from AmaZulu, only playing just four games last season. With Chiefs due to release two of the four keepers they have already started pressing hard for solid cover for Khune and have identified Khuzwayo. Chiefs traditionally prefer to have four keepers in their books. KickOff.com has found out that negotiations are already in progress between Chiefs and AmaZulu. Khuzwayo still has another two years remaining on his contract with Usuthu but the club will let him go to any club that wants him as his chances of playing at the Durban club are slim with Tapuwa Kapini the established first choice. Peter O'Connor – the general manager at AmaZulu confirms that they have been approached by Chiefs regarding Khuzwayo and discussions are in progress. “Chiefs have shown interest in Khuzwayo and we are in discussions with them because despite being on loan at Thanda he still has a running contract with us. Reality is that it will be difficult for Khuzwayo to be the first choice in the next two years as Kapini has done tremendously well,” says O'Connor. Khuzwayo - who played for the national Under-23 squad last year - will complete the next month of his loan at Thanda playing in the Promotion Play-Offs where the Richards Bay club has Santos and Chippa United to deal with. Chiefs had amateur club Ethekwini Coastal's goalkeeper Celi Ndwandwe on trial last week while they also had Carl Bauerrichter trying his luck last year.