PSL’s Top 10 Stars Are Rising In Value: PSL’s Top 10 Stars Are Rising in Value
Recent Western Cape Business News
For many PSL rising stars, 2019 has been a fruitful year, as reflected by the rise in their market value. Many factors have contributed to this growth, including their contribution to the ground, their interests, and possible transfer to other clubs. As a result, several stars have a reason to feel proud of their efforts when they look back to their value at the end of 2018. Let’s look at the top 10 stars in the PSL whose value has grown by millions this year.
1. Mwape Musonda – Black Leopards
In 2019, Zimbabwean footballer, Mwape Musonda, is the biggest climber in value. The Black Leopards’ forward rose by over 10 million Rands this year, bringing his current value at R16.3m from R5.7m – his worth at the beginning of the year.
2. Thembinkosi Lorch – Orlando Pirates
Popularly known as “SMS” (Shake my soul), the Orlando Pirates’ midfielder has increased his value by 122% this year, putting his current worth at R16.3 million from R7.3 million. Thembinkosi is a quick, intelligent, and skillful winger who likes cutting in and shooting with his preferred foot.
3. Deon Hotto – Bidvest Wits
As a Namibian footballer playing for the South African side, Bidvest Wits, Deon Hotto has done his best for the team this season. As a result, the 29-year old midfielder has doubled his value, rising from R8.1 million at the start of the year to R16.3 million today.
4. Teboho Mokoena – SuperSport
If you’re following the PSL fixtures this week, Teboho Mokoena is one of the most brilliant free- kick takers to watch. The 22-year-old youngster made his debut for SuperSport in 2016, and his incredible skills allowed him to double his value this year. Today he’s worth a whopping 16.3 million Rands from R8.1 million.
5. Cole Alexander – Bidvest Wits
After joining Bidvest Wits in January last year, the 30-year-old midfielder seems to have taken some time to settle in with the team. This year, Cole gave the PSL his best shot, rising from a lowly 3.7 million Rands to an incredible R11.4 million within 11 months.
6. Vincent Pule – Orlando Pirates
Another great player from Orlando Pirates, Vincent Pule is a South African rising star who’s aim is to improve and produce better consistency in the coming seasons. This year, his efforts paid off to strengthen his value, rising from a low R6.5 million to R13.8 million.
7. Mauricio Affonso – Mamelodi Sundowns
Born in Uruguay, Mauricio Affonso is one of Memelondi’s new signings that have been making headlines this year. The 27-year-old joined his countryman, Gaston Sirino, in South Africa in January, showing a tremendous growth of over 6 million Rands within his first 11 months.
8. Sifiso Hlanti – Bidvest Wits
While attracting both local and overseas teams due to his performance in the AFCON competitions in Egypt, Sifiso is now a key defender for Bidvest Wits. Sifiso started the year at R13.8 million, increasing his value by over six million to stand at R20.3m.
9. Aubrey Modiba – SuperSport
While playing the left-back and the left-winger for SuperSport United, Aubrey Modiba has the interest of major teams like Mamelodi Sundowns. His value also went up by over six million Rands this year, standing at R20.3 million for any team that interested.
10. Lebohang Maboe – Mamelondi Sundowns
While Maboe was one of the key stars for Sundowns last year, the 25-year-old forward had a poor start this season due to fatigue. Nonetheless, Maboe grew a massive 6.5 million Rands this year, moving from R9.8m to R16.3m in value.
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