High earners at Pirates




Orlando Pirates is one of the best teams in South Africa. Over the years the team has been completing with other top teams in the country to retain their best talent. In order to do so, Pirates has managed to negotiate higher salaries with their key members. These are players who are earning the highest salaries at Orlando Pirates Football Club due to their contribution to the team. The following are the highest earning players at Pirates:

Oupa Manyisa

Oupa is earning between R250 00 and R450 000 a month. He is one of the highest earners in the entire Premier Soccer League. His value has increased over the years and is currently at R11 million. His contract will expire at the end of June in 2018.

Mpho Makola

Mpho is earning between R200 000 and R400 000 a month. His also one of the highest earners in the PSL. His is currently valued at R7 million and his contract is also expiring at the end of June 2018.

Abubaker Mobara

Mobara has just recently signed from Ajax Cape Town and finds himself as one of the highest paid players at Pirates. He is earning between R200 000 and R300 000. He is still new in the team and enjoying his salary. His contract runs until 2019.

Thabo Matlaba

Thabo Matlaba is earning between R250 000 and R350 000 a month. He is one of the key players at Pirates and his value has increased massively since participating in the CAF competitions and being part of the national team Bafana Bafana.

Tendai Ndoro

Tendai is also earning high money at Pirates. He is earning between R150 000 and R250 000 a month. He is also enjoying new life at Pirates. His higher salary means that he will be happy to score as many goals as possible.

Edwin Gyimah

Edwin is also earning a higher salary at Pirates. His salary is R150 000 a month. Edwin feels like he is in Europe and is doing well for the team. His recent fallout with Muhsin Ertugral has been dealt with. His job is to focus on making sure the team win their games.

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