16. Sipho Mbule Salary – R350,000 Rands
It was speculated that the 24-year-old will quit Matsatsantsa in order to sign with Soweto heavyweights Kaizer Chiefs, who were considered to be the odds-on favorites to secure the midfielder’s signature.
In spite of this, Mbule has decided to sign a three-year deal with Chloorkop rather than Naturena, which was his original plan for his next destination.
The Chief Executive Officer of SuperSport United FC, Stan Matthews, was quoted as saying in a statement that was made public, “We are sorry to be losing a great player like Sipho, especially at his age where his best is yet to come.”
As at 2023, Sipho Mbule salary at Mamelodi Sundowns is estimated at R350,000 Rands per month.
15. Erwin Saavedra Salary – R350,000 Rands
Erwin Mario Saavedra Flores is a Bolivian footballer who plays for Mamelodi Sundowns and the Bolivia national team in the DSTV Premiership.
He is primarily a right midfielder, although he can also play right back.
Manqoba Mngqithi, the club’s co-head coach, has confirmed the signing of Bolivian international Erwin Saavedra.
After Sundowns and his club, Club Bolivar, struck an agreement on his transfer cost, the offensive midfielder was expected to join the Tshwane giants during the recent January transfer window.
Masandawana, on the other hand, did not confirm his signing before the transfer window closed on Monday night, despite the fact that he was playing for Bolivia in the 2022 Fifa World Cup qualifiers.
As reported by the Siya crew, the 25-year-old was signed for a fee believed to be in the region of $800 000 (+- R12 million) – the highest transfer fee of any Bolivar player.
As at 2023, Erwin Saavedra salary at Mamelodi Sundowns is pegged at R350,000 Rands per month, making him one of the highest paid players at Mmelodi Sundowns.
14. Aubrey Ngoma Monthly Salary – R350,000 Rands
As of 2023, Aubrey Ngoma has a net worth of US$300 000. He is currently reliant on his salary from Mamelodi Sundowns FC and paid guest appearances.
13. Brian Onyango Salary – R380,000 Rands
Brian Onyango began his professional soccer career in 2010 when he was signed by Posta Rangers of Kenya’s premier division. At the climax of the year, he joined Kenyan football powerhouse Tusker, where he stayed till the end of 2011.
After landing a deal with Santos in 2012, he relocated to South Africa. Onyango then went to Maritzburg United in 2015, where he stayed for four years before signing a three-year contract with Mamelodi Sundowns at the end of 2020.
Although Brian Onyango is relatively new to Mamelodi Sundowns, he brings in a lot of international experience. Brian Onyango salary at Mamelodi Sundowns is currently pegged at R380 000 per month.