Kaizer Chiefs is having a quiet January transfer window. The supporters have been watching with a close eye what will happen in this transfer window. Kaizer Chiefs concedes more goals at the back and that shows there is a problem in their defence. They also struggle upfront with their strikers always injured. Although at midfield they are also missing something as there is no connection between the defence and the front which is connected by the midfield. Kearyn Baccus is the player in question at Kaizer Chiefs. His contract is expiring in June 2022 and his future is in questions.
His agent Mike Makaab has confirmed that there will be talks with Kaizer Chiefs about the player's future at the club. During his first season at the club Kearyn Baccus showed what he can do, but since then he has struggled for game time. His agent told Isolezwe that "We are preparing to go talk to Chiefs about various issues that affect Baccus’ future. He’s a very good player. Unfortunately, he’s no longer getting game time. It’s common knowledge that a player wouldn’t be happy if he’s not playing regularly. He’s a player that just wants to play." Do you see Kaizer Chiefs extending the player's contract? Comment your answer below, share and hit the like button please.
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