Jupiler Pro League side Oud-Haverlee Leuven have parted ways with South African national team goalkeeper Darren Keet.
Leuven announced the termination of the goalkeeper’s contract on Thursday following their signing of two new shot-stoppers.
Keet joined the club in August 2019 following the expiration of his contract with Bidvest Wits. The 31-year-old played a role in Leuven’s promotion from First Division A to Pro.
The club released the statement following the release of the Bafana goalkeeper.
“The club and player can to the decision that there that there is no future for Keet at Den Freed, after the arrival of Iversen and Romo.” the statement reads.
“The South African international arrived in Leuven at the end of July last year and played in 10 league games for OH Leuven. In this time, he kept three clean sheets.
“The club would like to thank Keet for his efforts and dedication, and wish him every success in his further career.”
Keet played a second choice last season for the club with Laurent Henkinet preferred most of the time but left the club in this tranfer window.