Mamelodi Sundowns’ Most Valuable XI For 2016/17


Most Valuable XI: Mamelodi Sundowns’ roster is officially complete after they snapped up Anele Ngcongca ahead of the close of the transfer window, but what would their most valuable XI for the new season look like? Let’s find out!
The Brazilians enjoyed a highly success transfer market, which saw them secure the arrival of some great players, including Sibusiso Vilakazi and the Bafana Bafana right back.
The addition of quality to the team has left Pitso Mosimane with a wide smile etched across his face as he now boasts the league’s two most valuable players on his books.
In addition to Ngcongca and Khama Billiat, keeping hold of Keagan Dolly and signing “Vila” has only improved the squad, and the attacking trio will equal about R40.5 million in total.
Eager to see who makes the team and what their values are? Browse the gallery above!

Ngcongca Overtakes Billiat To Become PSL’s Most Valuable Player

Anele Ngcongca is said to have joined Mamelodi Sundowns as a free agent, therefore making him the most valuable player in the Absa Premiership. Can you guess who makes the top 10 list now?

The Bafana Bafana star has reportedly joined the defending champions after his contract with Belgian side Genk was mutually terminated, and his arrival means Khama Billiat is no longer the league’s player with the highest net worth.

“Gaucho” originally pipped Kaizer Chiefs’ Bernard Parker last season to head the list as the league’s most valuable player, and he has since seen his value grow to R22.5 million.

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Due to Chiefs’ troubled form in recent times, Parker and Itumeleng Khune have both seen their values depreciate, and they occupy third and fourth on the list respectively.

Eager to see who else is among the top 10 most valuable players in the league, and what their market values are? Browse the gallery above!

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