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Percy Tau of South Africa (l) celebrates goal with teammates (l-r) Keagan Dolly, Bongani Zungu and Lebogang Manyama during the 2019 Afcon football qualifier between Nigeria and South Africa at Godswill Akpabio International Stadium on June 10, 2017 in Uyo State, Nigeria. @Kabiru Abubakar/BackpagePix

Kaizer Chiefs, Pirates and Sundowns highest-paid heading out?

Kaizer Chiefs, Orlando Pirates and Mamelodi Sundowns highest-paid players are all linked with likely exits. One has been confirmed already.

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Percy Tau of South Africa (l) celebrates goal with teammates (l-r) Keagan Dolly, Bongani Zungu and Lebogang Manyama during the 2019 Afcon football qualifier between Nigeria and South Africa at Godswill Akpabio International Stadium on June 10, 2017 in Uyo State, Nigeria. @Kabiru Abubakar/BackpagePix

Kaizer Chiefs, Orlando Pirates and Mamelodi Sundowns could all have new top-earners next season.

Kaizer Chiefs and Orlando Pirates highest-paid players are linked with exits.

Meanwhile, Sundowns have released the clubs top-earner, according to recent reports on Goal.

CHIEFS AND PIRATES HIGHEST-PAID LIKELY TO LEAVE

Chiefs top-earner is amongst 12 Amakhosi stars linked with a likely departures.

Furthermore, Pirates highest-paid star is expected to leave Mayfair.

Essentially, Dolly (R1.45 million) is linked with two PSL rivals. Ultimately, both sides are keen to add his experience to their squad as he faces an uncertain future at Naturena. Currently, Amakhosi management are reassesing his value. This is because they have realized he is overpaid after he hardly featured last season due to injury. Furthermore, he has been underwhelming when he has played over the past few seasons. So, even if he is to stay on at Chiefs, he is likely to take a huge pay-cut.

Moreover, Hotto currently takes home R500 000 a month at Pirates. However, he one of 13 Bucs players expected to leave. Adding on to the SEVEN confirmed exits at Mayfair. SIX more Pirates players are likely to depart permanently. Whilst, these SEVEN Bucs players are set to be loaned out.

SUNDOWNS CONFIRM DEPARTURE OF TOP-EARNER

Bonging Zungu has officially left Mamelodi Sundowns. So, he is one of the hottest available free agents in the PSL.

He reportedly took home a whopping R700 000 a month, according to SalaryPedia. Therefore, The Brazilians will have a new highest-paid player next season. Meanwhile, Chiefs and Pirates are set to have new top-earners if their respective managements opt to release Dolly and Hotto. As things stand, both players could leave. Thus, the ‘Big Three’ could all have new top earners.