The psl is a growing league on the African continent as we see more and more talented players from across Africa come to our shores, one of the main reasons so many players prefer to play in South Africa is the high wages that South African teams pay and ofcourse the competitiveness in the league.
Some of the highest paid players play for Kaizer Chiefs, Mamelodi Sundowns and Orlando Pirates but ofcourse Kaizer Chiefs is leading when it comes to paying players huge wages as the top 3 highest paid players in the psl belong to amakhosi, the highest earning players in the psl include Keagan Dolly, Samir Nurkovic and Khama Billiat.
Soccer players are able to afford lavish lifestyles with the amount of money they are making from playing in the psl, players have also been able to be more responsible as they know that a soccer career can be a very short career, we have also seen psl players afford more luxury cars that are worth millions which shows how much South African football has grown and continues to grow.
Today we take a look at some of the cars some of the highest earning football players in South Africa have been driving, now ofcourse some of their cars may be sponsored cars but nonetheless these are quite expensive cars that these players are driving and it is all thanks to the hardwork they put in on the the field of play.
Here are some of the hottest cars driven by some of the highest paid players in the psl, do drop a comment on what you think of these cars and the players and be sure to click on the like button and share, if you have not yet subscribed to this channel then be sure to click on the follow link so that you don't miss out on what's going on around you.
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