Kaizer Chiefs star is reportedly wants out of the club.
The player is on his final months of his contract at the club.
Baccus has struggled for a game time under the club's new head coach Stuart Baxter.
The player has not made any appearances under Baxter and he is unlikely to get game time anytime soon after the club made a couple of new signings in the previous window transfer.
Baccus last had his shine at Amakhosi last year under the leadership of Gavin Hunt.
The player joined Chiefs three years ago and carried a lot of expectations but since he joined the club he has not cemented his place at the club's starting eleven as he has been in and out of the Amakhosi lineup.
A close source to the player has revealed that the player has resigned himself to leave Amakhosi when his contract expire at the end of the season.
"He knows it is highly unlikely that his contract will be renewed so he knows and wants to go back home," said the source.
The player joined Amakhosi during Ernst Middendorp's stint from Australian based outfit Melbourne City.
The player was born in the South Africa but his parents moved to Australia when he was young and that is how he ended up playing for an Australian club.
Baccus was a regular at City before he joined Amakhosi.
The player is not the only Amakhosi youngster who is struggling for a game time under the leadership of Baxter.
Nkosingiphile Ngcobo and Happy Mashiane are also some of the young players who are struggling to make it to the club's lineup after they were outstanding last season.
However the player is still young and he can quickly find a team that he can redeem himself after leaving Chiefs.
Source: Kosi Bay
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