Baroka chairman Khurishi Mphahlele has slammed his former captain Mduduzi Mdantsane for not "sticking to their original agreement" that was made when he left the club.
According to the South African Football Players Union [SAFPU], the Limpopo side has failed to pay the player his settlement after agreeing to do so when they parted ways.
Bakgaga are said to have promised to pay the player half of the salaries he would have received in the remaining months of his contract.
"I have a matter here on my table of this boy who went to Cape Town City, Mdantsane," the union's secretary general Calvin Motloung tells KickOff.com.
"Mdantsane's case is not finished, there's a settlement that Baroka are no longer willing to pay. So the boy called me, he spoke to me."
Mphahlele says the Mpumalanga-born star is just taking chances.
"Mdantsane, there's no settlement. Mdantsane wanted a clearance, there's no settlement for Mdantsane," Mphahlele says.
"Mdantsane, I didn't say there was a settlement, I told him I was renewing, he left. Are they not paying him at Cape Town City? Is he not getting a salary at Cape Town City?
"I didn't tell him 'Mdantsane I was settling' I told him either I'm renewing or releasing. He refused while I had a two-year option in him, he refused those options.
"What settlement? It's either we renew or you go. He chose to go."