They were once commonly recognized names in South African football, in any case, these players have seen their qualities quickly decline throughout the long term. Considering this, Soccer Laduma investigates eight DStv Premiership stars whose market esteems have dropped in millions.
Last season, Khama Billiat was viewed as the most costly player in the Kaizer Chiefs line-up, in any case, as per the figures on Transfermarkt.com, the 30-year-old has seen a gigantic drop in his worth from January to now.
In January this year, Billiat's reasonable worth was at €1.5m (±R26.0m) and it has since dropped to €1.3m (±R22.53m).
The player's spell with Amakhosi las generally been overwhelmed by extended spells uninvolved, with the Zimbabwean neglecting to have an effect. Billiat is presently into his fourth season with Chiefs and until now, has shown up for the club. In that time, he has scored 18 objectives, while setting up 18 more for his partners.
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Another player who has encountered a significant drop in his fairly estimated worth is Chiefs left back, Sifiso Hlanti who joined Amakhosi toward the beginning of the 2021/22 season.
In January, the accomplished left back was esteemed at €1m (±R17.33m), yet presently saw a drop to €775k (±R13.43m).
Hlanti went through the last season with Swallows FC where he showed looks at the player that set everything up land with Bidvest Wits. The 31-year-old gives off an impression of being mentor Stuart Baxter's best option left back this season and has shown up so far this mission.
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