Kaizer Chiefs without a doubt they will be looking to bring in a striker. The club at the moment is without both Leonardo Castro and Samir Nurkovic due to injuries. In the last transfer window, the Glamour boys missed out on a chance to sign Royal AM striker Victor Letsoalo. He is still heavily linked with a move to Amakhosi. In the previous games they have shown signs of missing a big striker who will not waste chances. Yesterday they managed to put 4 goals past Chippa United which has been struggling far worse and conceding more goals. Kaizer Chiefs will be hoping this will be the start of great things to come.
Coach Stuart Baxter as per KickOff.com he said "I think a signing is very possible in January but it must be part of a strategy. It can't be just because the supporters expect us to make a signing or maybe, we think we can plug a hole by making a signing. We need to have a strategy and the signing needs to be part of that strategy. Do you think Victor Letsoalo will be the signing in January? Comment your answer below, share and hit the like button please.
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