- Kaizer Chiefs caused the Twitter timeline to go crazy when they announced two new major signings for the club
- The club announced that they have signed Keagan Dolly and Cole Alexander to strengthen their squad further
- Looking at the calibre of the two players they've signed, it looks like Kaizer Chiefs are ready to challenge for the title
Kaizer Chiefs has finally announced the news that all their fans have been waiting for. In a surprise announcement on social media, AmaKhosi revealed that they've signed Keagan Dolly and Cole Alexander. They captioned their post:
"New player signings! Two Lions welcomed into the pride. We would like to officially announce the signing of Cole Alexander and Keagan Dolly to the Club. Welcome MaKhosi, we are happy to have you with us."
The timeline has been abuzz ever since the rumours about signing Keagan Dolly came to light. Now the fans are celebrating on the timeline and are given a glimmer of hope after losing the CAF Champions League final to Al Ahly two weeks ago.
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Check out the reactions to the new signings of Kaizer Chiefs below:
"Glory days are coming back at Naturena!"
"Someone please tag that journalist to come and see Dolly in Gold and Black."
"Great signings, we welcome them to AmaKhosi family. Mokoena, Mbule and Nodada now please."
"That other team from Orlando stadium with ageing defenders will feel the heat."
Itumeleng Khune's future hangs in the balance with rumours of a move to Qatar
Briefly News previously reported that the latest rumours surrounding the future of Kaizer Chiefs goalkeeper Itumeleng Khune say that he could leave the club and head to Qatar. Former Chiefs keeper Brian Baloyi has shared his thoughts on the news regarding Itu.
The retired Bafana Bafana keeper says Khune’s contract is over at Naturena and the rumours surfaced in January that the North West-born signed for a Qatari club.
With Amakhosi having the likes of Daniel Akpeyi and Bruce Bvuma fighting for the number one spot, Baloyi says the ball is in the club’s court. Baloyi is quoted by Goal:
“Chiefs are the ones who should answer these questions about the future of Itu at the club. One thing we know is, his contract is up and there has not been anything about a new contract."
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