There is no doubt that African football is fast improving and in the recent future, it is hoped to reach world class level. In recent years African footballers have been playing crucial positions in football worldwide including in European clubs, Asian clubs among others. The African footballers such as Sadio Mane and Mohammad Salah have been playing for English teams for several years and plays vital role in the team. In fact Salah is viewed as the most important player by his entire teammates.
For that reason these African footballers, boasts huge weekly salary and in fact Salah is the highest paid footballer in his team. These players also earn good amount in endorsement by companies such as Adidas, DHL international.
Therefore in this article we ate going to look at the richest African footballers in 2021. Below is the list in descending order.
1.Mohammad Salah (Net worth $70 million)
2.John Obi Mikel (Net worth $45 million)
3.Emmanuel Adebayor (Net worth $45 million)
4.Sadio Mane (Net worth $30 million)
5.Pierre Emrick Aubameyang (Net worth $30 million)
6.Victor Moses (Net worth $25 million)
7.Asamoah Gyan (Net worth $25 million)
8.Kevin Prince (Net worth $20 million)
9.Odion Ighalo (Net worth $20 million)
10.Riyad Mahrez (Net worth $18.5 million)
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