1. Keagan Dolly
Keagan Dolly is the most noteworthy procuring soccer player in the Dstv Premiership right now with over R1.1 million every month pay.
2. Samir Nurkovic, Kaizer Chiefs
Samir Nurkovic as of late marked another arrangement with Amakhosi, making him the most costly player in the club.
He's accounted for to procure over R930 000 every month from the club after his compensation increment of 30%.
Nurkovic plays as a striker for Amakhosi and increases the value of the club since his re-visitation of play.
3. Khama Billiat, Kaizer Chiefs
Khama has dropped to the third most noteworthy procuring player with a decent R890 000 every month compensation. He was the most costly player in the season 2019/2020.
Subsequent to moving from Mamelodi Sundowns to Kaizer Chiefs, Khama is accounted for to make over R800k each prior month charge.
4. . Itumeleng Khune, Kaizer Chiefs
Khune's compensation stays one of the top workers in PSL.
Itumeleng Khune acquires R480k each month at Chiefs. He didn't play a great deal of games this season because of wounds, however stays the absolute best plug for Kaizer Chiefs.
5. Gaston Sirino, Mamelodi Sundowns
One of the innovative players at Mamelodi Sundowns acquiring an expected R400,000.00 each month compensation.
Making the rundown of top workers and most costly players in the Dstv Premiership this season.
Also, to demonstrate his value, Gaston had an exchange sticker price of R90 Million to move to Al Ahly in Egypt from Sundowns which couldn't occur.
6. Bernard Parker, Kaizer Chiefs
Bernard joined Amakhosi from a worldwide profession in 2011 and is one of the top-scoring players in the group.
Parker procures over R300k each month at Kaizer Chiefs. He's one of the most established serving players with unchallenged dependability to the club.
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