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Gaston Sirino's salary at Mamelodi Sundowns revealed

Some of the best PSL players in modern football play on the left and right wings.

Some of the best-paid players in South Africa's top league are these skilled professionals, who often set up chances for goals.

Gaston Sirino, who plays right wing for Mamelodi Sundowns, has become known in recent years as a technically skilled player who can play in any forward position. On game days, the Rampla Juniors product, who joined the Chloorkop team in January 2018, tends to cut in on either his right or left foot and score game-winning goals.

The 31-year-old footballer made his return to competitive football on Saturday, when they played Summerfield Dynamos in the Nedbank Cup. He had been out for a few weeks with a broken nose and calf injury. On that day, the "little magician" played so well that he won the "man of the match" award. He scored again and also set up three goals during Mamelodi Sundowns' 5-0 win.

The fast winger, who has three more years left on his contract, will be a big reason why his team wins its sixth Nedbank Cup, as well as the DStv Premiership and the CAF Champions League. Since then, we've decided to find out how much he makes at Mamelodi Sundowns, where he is currently one of the best players.

We have since found out that he is one of the highest earners at the club, with an estimated salary of R300,000 per month, according to the information we were able to get.

Even though he is one of the best paid footballers in South Africa, Mamelodi Sundowns jersey number 10 does not show off his money on social media like many of his peers do.


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