Darren Keet has become a free agent after ending his contract with Belgium club OH Leuven on Thursday.
The update was confirmed by the club on Thursday afternoon, which the club confirmed was based on a mutual agreement as well as the club's recent addition of two goalkeepers.
"OH Leuven and Darren Keet have decided in mutual consultation to terminate the South African's current contract," Leuven said in an official statement.
"The club and player came to the decision that there is no future for Keet at Den Dreef, after the arrival of Iversen and Romo
OHL en Darren Keet hebben in onderling overleg besloten om het nog lopend contract van de Zuid-Afrikaan te verbreken.— Oud-Heverlee Leuven (@OHLeuven) October 29, 2020
Darren, dank je wel voor je inzet en good luck! 👊🍀
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"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," ended the message.
It now remains to be seen where the 31-year-old keeper will find his new home, though all the top clubs in SA look well-covered in the poles.