Mamelodi Sundowns are set to entice the Kaizer Chiefs’ Talisman into their roster..

 Mamelodi Sundowns are set to entice the Kaizer Chiefs’ Talisman into their roster..


The Amakhosi Middlefielder hasn’t made much of an impression in the Kaizer Chiefs starting lineup, putting his career at the club in jeopardy.

We previously reported that Kaizer Chiefs gave the midfielder a contract termination package, but the player turned it down.

Mamelodi Sundowns is keeping an eye on Kaizer Chiefs star midfielder Thabo Mbeki’s condition at the club, with the option of signing him in June, according to NMMABUNDA.

Kearyn Baccus of Kaizer Chiefs has struggled for playing time and to solidify his spot in the first squad this season, but that may not be the case for long as another large team is looking into his status with the Chiefs.

Kearyn Baccus, a fan favorite at Kaizer Chiefs, arrived in Naturena with three other acquisitions, one of them, Yagan Sasman, has already left, while Samir Nurkovic and Lazarous Kambole remain in the squad but face an uncertain future.

Kearyn Baccus has struggled to break into the Kaizer Chiefs matchday squad this season, but when called upon to assist the glamour boys, he has risen to the occasion on a Kaizer Chiefs team that goes hot and cold when it matters most.

Kearyn Baccus has been making good cameos and even starting games since Cole Alexander’s injury, however it has been announced that he will not be a part of Stuart Baxter’s plans for next season and will be released after discussions fell through.

According to insiders, Mamelodi Sundowns are keen on signing the player because they believe he would fit in well with their ball-playing and dominating side. Rhulani Mokoena, Mamelodi Sundowns’ co-coach, is particularly concerned in the player’s ability to hold possession of the ball and maintain position.

Kearyn Baccus may be able to achieve his full potential by joining Mamelodi Sundowns, where he will receive the greatest coaching and enhance specific parts of his game.

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