Mosimane smiling about R65m payday at Sundowns: “I have earned it"

Mosimane smiling about R65m payday at Sundowns: “I have earned it"

- Mamelodi Sundowns coach Pitso Mosimane recently extended his contract by another four years

- It has now been reported that the deal could be worth an astonishing R65-million

- In response to the new lucrative offer, Mosimane feels that its warranted due to him toiling for success

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Briefly.co.za previously reported that Mamelodi Sundowns coach Pitso Mosimane's contract was coming to an end and the two parties were struggling to come to an agreement over an extension.

Sundowns supporters are therefore breathing a sigh of relief after news broke that Mosimane has now signed a four-year extension.

Details have now emerged of some of the terms of the agreement and it seems that Mosimane was offered a record-breaking deal.

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KickOFF.com reported that Mosimane's new deal could amount to an astronomical R65-million, based on detail supplied and estimates.

In general, coaches receive a percentage of prize money and should Sundowns continue their recent silverware domination, Mosimane could really be smiling all the way to the bank.

Briefly.co.za understands that the outspoken mentor is believed to be earning approximately R1-million per month.

Mosimane was understandably chuffed with his new package, but feels it's entirely justified based on the work he has put in.

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Mosimane said, "I have been respected on the contract and I am not complaining."

The estimated package, which includes potential bonuses, would make Mosimane one of the highest paid in Africa.

He added, "You know, you get European coaches getting bigger amounts just by pitching up because he is from Europe when he didn't even work for it. You know what I am trying to say. I have earned it."

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Source: Briefly.co.za

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