Just when Kaizer Chiefs are busy planning to bring in new players to strengthen their squad, they have been dealt with a blow regarding one of their key players who they may go for a long while without, due to injury.
The player in question is their trusted midfielder Cole Alexander who joined the Glamor Boys at the beginning of the seasons, this after being one of Stuart Baxter's primary targets when he returned to Naturena.
According to reports, Chiefs are currently in a situation where they are sweating over the fitness and availability the former Bidvest Wits midfielder who seems to have dislocated his shoulder, an injury that still remains a mystery as to how long he may be ruled out for.
Alexander has been instrumental in Baxter's plans to try and bring back the glory days at Naturena, being paired alongside fellow new signing Phathutshedzo Nange in midfield.
This will mean that Chiefs will now go out of their way to make sure they secure the signature of AmaZulu midfielder Siyethemba Sithebe whom they have been linked with for a while now, with a deal yet to be concluded.
Further assessments will be done to determine as to exactly how long come Alexander may be out for.On the good side, Chiefs will be with their star Striker Samir Nurkovic and Lebohang Manyama when they resume with their league duties in February, the duo having returned from injury after spending the first half of the season on the touch line.
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