Kaizer Chiefs fans are currently looking forward to the January transfer window as they are hoping that their club can make a few good signings in order to improve the current squad, but head coach Stuart Baxter says that the club will not sign players just because of the supporters' expectations.
"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, We need to have a strategy" - Said Baxter.
However, Stuart Baxter went on to seemingly confirm that Kaizer Chiefs will likely be looking to sign a forward player during the January transfer window, as they are currently understaffed in the forward department due to the injuries of Samir Nurkovic and Leonardo Castro.
"With the injuries we've incurred, we've got Samir and Leo, So you'd think that maybe if we can make a signing to strengthen the striking department it would be useful, and you'd be right in that assumption.'' - Said the Amakhosi coach.
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