Transfermarkt has released the latest lists showing the most valuable players and football clubs in the Premier Soccer League (PSL).
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The latest list showing the most valuable players and football clubs in the PSL have been made public.
According to the list, Khama Billiat remains at the top with a monthly earning of R830 000 per a month. His massive salary, which translates into R29 million a year, makes Billiat the most valuable player in the PSL.
He is followed by Mamelodi Sundowns' Thapelo Morena, who’s valued at R21 million, and PSL footballer of the season Themba Zwane at R19 million. Zwane is joined by Thulani Hlatshwayo and Sifiso Hlanti, also valued at R19m each.
Briefly.co.za took a look at the top 12 highest earners in the league:
- Khama Billiat – R29 million
- Thapelo Morena – R21 million
- Themba Zwane – R19 million
- Thulani Hlatshwayo – R19 million
- Sifiso Hlanti – R19 million
- Sibusiso Vilakazi – R18 million
- Deon Hotto – R18 million
- Andile Jali – R18 million
- Ronwen Williams – R18 million
- Aubrey Modiba – R18 million
- Teboho Mokoena – R18 million
- Buhle Mkhwanazi – R17 million
As for the football club, the Mamelodi Sundowns have taken the top spot as the most valuable outfit in the league. The Brazilians are valued at a whopping R370 million and are followed by Orlando Pirates, who boasts of a value of R248 million.
Coming in third is the Kaizer Chiefs with a reported value of R198 million.
Meanwhile, Briefly.co.za previously took a look at the wealthiest soccer players in the world. The list includes the likes of Cristiano Ronaldo, Faiq Bolkiah, David Beckham and Lionel Messi.
In other sports-related news, Itumeleng Khune of Kaizer Chiefs recently took to Twitter to thank God that he made it on to the 2021 Afcon squad. He, along with Darren Keet and Ronwen Williams, will be goalkeepers for the upcoming season.
Kaizer Chief fans, however, were not as thankful to God as he was. Many of them questioned the teams' decision to place Khune after their last game during which they faced Sundowns and an embarrassing 3-0 defeat.
After the game, many soccer fans called on Khune to hang up his jersey, which reveals their disappointed reaction to the soccer star's recent Afcon games placement.
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