Kaizer Chiefs players pose for a picture. Photo: Samuel Shivambu/BackpagePix.

Chiefs star earning R830 000 – Report

They say football is a short career, but the money is long. Reports say this Kaizer Chiefs ace is taking home over R800 000 a month.


Kaizer Chiefs players pose for a picture. Photo: Samuel Shivambu/BackpagePix.

It seems Kaizer Chiefs is still one of the highest-paying clubs, while Mamelodi Sundowns offer the longest contracts. Here’s a report on Khama Billiat’s massive salary.

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With the 32-year-old star coming to the end of his contract with Amakhosi in June, reports say the former Ajax Cape Town forward is most likely to be released due to his enormous monthly payment.

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According to FARPost, Billiat is taking home around R830 000 per month.

“Billiat remains one of the top earners at Kaizer Chiefs. The former Mamelodi Sundowns attacker believed to be earning around R830 000 per month,” the outlet said.

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Meanwhile, the Zimbabwean star remains injured until the rest of the season.

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Khama Billiat… Will he stay or go? Image: Twitter. Chiefs, SuperSport.

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In other news, Amakhosi have pipped the Pirates to the signature of Given Msimango of TS Galaxy.

According to the report by SABC Sport’s Mazola Molefe, the 25-year-old from Gauteng’s Brakpan has signed a four-year contract but will move at the end of the season in June.

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“Kaizer Chiefs are believed to have concluded the signing of highly rated TS Galaxy captain and defender Given Msimango following a lengthy chase, SABC Sport understands,” the report said.

“The Glamour Boys were reportedly close to bagging the center back ahead of the current 2022/23 season, but the deal did not go through even after Galaxy chairman Tim Sukazi made it clear that The Rockets were open to selling – READ THE FULL STORY HERE.

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