Mike Makaab, Kearyn Baccus' agent, has provided an update on his future, stating that this is his final season with the Amakhosi after they were unable to offer him a new deal.
Mike Makaab also indicated that Kaizer Chiefs are interested in signing one of his players, who is a highly dynamic and explosive player, and he spoke as if the deal was already done.
After an internal investigation, the Kosi Bay News discovered that the player is Portugal-based attacker and Bafana Bafana international Kobamelo Kodisang, who plays for Sc Braga in the Portuguese second tier.
Kobamelo Kodisang's contract expires in June, and despite having a two-year extension option, Braga has failed to use it, claiming an impending departure.
According to Kosi Bay News, Kaizer Chiefs have already reached an agreement with Kobamelo Kodisang and his agent, and are currently awaiting the two-year option deadline before announcing the signing.
If SC Braga declines the option, the previously agreed-upon transaction will be nullified.
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