Absa Premiership side Cape Town City have confirmed Kermit Erasmus will miss plenty of football.
Just when Erasmus returned from injury a few months ago to challenge in the league’s top scorers chart - the Port Elizabeth-born striker suffered another injury last week.
The 29-year-old Erasmus limped off in City’s 1-1 draw at Maritzburg United with a hamstring tear.
“Kermit Erasmus has suffered a suspected hamstring muscle tear and will be out of action for approximately 2 months,” City posted on social media.
🚨 INJURY NEWS 🚨— Cape Town City FC (@CapeTownCityFC) February 4, 2020
Kermit Erasmus has suffered a suspected hamstring muscle tear and will be out of action for approximately 2 months.
More updates to follow after the results of the scan is received 💙#iamCityFC pic.twitter.com/HeD3Vo7KLL
With the out-of-favour Siphelele Mthembu being the only striker in the team, while Tashreeq Morris remains injured, we will not be surprised to find City announcing the signing of a striker on a free transfer.
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