Kaizer Chiefs midfielder Alexander Cole looks set to part ways with the club at the end of the season.
With injuries have hampering the progress of the midfielder Cole Alexander and with game-time seemingly hard to come by, indications are that the 33-year-old looks set to assess his options at the end of the season.
The midfielder is understood to have fallen out of favour with the technical team, with head coach Arthur Zwane preferring a younger, Samkelo Zwane in the defensive midfield position.
Alexander is understood to have signed a three-year deal when he joined from Indian side Odisha in 2021.
“It looks certain that (Alexander) will leave at the end of the season. He is currently out with injury and I don’t think even if he recovers, he will have that chance to play again, looking at the remainder of the season and also the players the coach prefers ahead of him,” a source revealed to the Siya crew.
“Yes, he has one year remaining on his contract but the team and the player can always work around that. Its either they put him on the transfer list or they agree on a release clause.
“But all that will be discussed towards the end of the season. But what I can tell you now is he is not in the technical team’s plans going ahead.”
The former Ajax Cape Town star has played for a number of local teams including Polokwane City, SuperSport United and Bidvest Wits, before making the move to India.