The Sarawak striker is yet to sign an extension to his current deal with the Crocs and Perak are reportedly keen on snapping him up
The prolific forward was on song throughout the year, but considering that Sarawak are keen on signing a foreign striker, speculations have suggested that Bobby may not be part of Robert Alberts' plans for next year.
He has been attracting interest from several clubs, including PDRM and Perak, and both sides are competing to snap him up, should he be released by Sarawak.
The striker himself admitted recently that there have been approaches from other clubs, and he was quick to even hint at his preferred destination.
"Talks with Sarawak are still ongoing, but no decision has been made yet," he told Utusan Sarawak.
"Nonetheless, there are three teams interested in me, including PDRM, Perak and Sabah. My first choice would probably be PDRM, but as I said, no permanent decision has been made."
However, this is likely to not deter the Seladangs' pursuit of him, especially consdering that they are in dire need of quality players following the departure of a several key players. But it will be interesting to see if they can shift the tides and convince Bobby to join them instead, should he be released by the Crocs.