As it is already imminent that Kaizer Chiefs are likely to open their cheque book once again when the January transfer window comes around, head coach Start Baxter has given a fair share of his own opinion on the club going on another spending spree.
Amakhosi did their best in the previous transfer window, bringing in a number of good signings in their quest to renovate their lackluster squad. The results did not change from last season as the club have started the season poorly, even after taking the decision to bring back their former coach Stuart Baxter.
Already into the season which is still in its very early stages, the need for a new Striker is evident for everyone to see, more so that both their strikers in the form of Samir Nurkovic and Leaonardo Castro have been out with injury.
Even though all those factors which include some players being linked with the club, the British coach does not entirely feel that the club should look to their cheque book for solutions.
"The most important thing for us is to be careful not to depend on the cheque book too much. I can say that we will be making signings but those signings should be part of the strategy we are using. We can not just sign depending on who the fans think we should sign," pondered Baxter.
It will be an interesting transfer window as fans will be waiting impatiently to see the players that will be making way to Naturena in January next year. Chiefs surely do have a balance in the transfer pocket and will surely buy what is needed.
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