Former Kaizer Chiefs midfielder Cole Alexander has completed a return to the Premier Soccer League after Polokwane City beat Cape Town Spurs to his signature.
Earlier in January, this publication reported that Rise and Shine were in contention with Spurs for the signing of Alexander after his departure from Helsingborg IF.
Information received by this publication confirmed that the 34-year-old has now completed his move to the Limpopo-based side.
The former SuperSport United midfielder arrived at City training ground earlier in the week and signed his contract after City’s FIFA ban was lifted.
Alexander signed a short-term deal with City, which will keep him at the club up until the end of the season.
It will be the midfielder’s second stint in Polokwane after he already featured in 52 games for them between 2014 and 2016.
The Orange army boasted their squad to make sure they remain in topflight football. They started the 2023/24 campaign well and sit in ninth place before the league will resume in February when they will host Richards Bay.
Cole Alexander will now look to make an impact for Polokwane City Football Club as he is one of the experienced players in the Limpopo club.
According to a source,it has been said that if Cole Alexander performs very well for Polokwane City Football Club he might even get himself a contract extension but the Polokwane City Football Club head coach believes that the experience of Cole Alexander will help them a lot in terms of retaining the top flight status.
Polokwane City Football Club will now make further statements in the next coming days on which players they will sign since the January transfer window is still open for clubs to sign the players of their choice.
The Premier Soccer league football will be back after the Africa Cup of Nations which is hosted In Cote Divore.