Baccus representative Mike Makaab played down the suggestion of rumours. But said the player might have been affected badly by Covid-19 and they lookdown in the country.
Speculations are that the attacking middlefield down is going is going to request to leave the club at the end of the current season. Before joining Chiefs for the 2019/20 season Baccus was playing for Melbourne City in the Australian A-League.
The Durban born midfielder hah only played his football in Australia before signing a three-year contract Kaizer Chiefs.
According to soccer-laduma another Australian A-League team Perth Glory is Keen on getting Baccus back to Australia, if the 28---year old midfield decides to leave Kaizer Chiefs.
Baccus future is expecte to be decided at the end of the current season. But it is still believed that Baccus will officially ask Chiefs to release him from his contract so he can return to Australia.
Baccus has previously played for Perth Glory in 2012 and 2013, but his time at the club was disturbed by injuries and lack of match fitness. Which led to him not making much contribution to the team.
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