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Kaizer Chiefs to Make Nasreddine Nabi PSL’s Highest Paid Coach

Kaizer Chiefs are set to make Nasreddine Nabi the highest-paid coach in the PSL, surpassing Mamelodi Sundowns’ Rulani Mokwena. With a substantial salary increase, Nabi’s arrival is eagerly awaited following the conclusion of Morocco’s Throne Cup.

Kaizer Chiefs have reportedly signed a deal with Nasreddine Nabi, who is set to become the highest-paid coach in the Premier Soccer League (PSL). This development will see Nabi overtake Rulani Mokwena of Mamelodi Sundowns, who currently earns over R600,000 per month. Chiefs are expected to offer Nabi a staggering €40,000 monthly, approximately R783,000, marking a 33.5% increase from his current earnings with AS FAR Rabat in Morocco.

The move is not yet finalized, as Nabi will remain in Morocco until the completion of the Throne Cup, where his team will face Raja Casablanca in the final. The exact date of this match is yet to be confirmed, as it will be determined by the Moroccan Royal Family rather than the national federation. However, Moroccan journalist Amin El Amri has speculated that the final will likely take place within the next two weeks, allowing players sufficient time for rest during the off-season.

Kaizer Chiefs have recently made significant adjustments to their wage bill, notably releasing Keagan Dolly, who was earning around R1.1 million per month. This financial restructuring provides the club with the flexibility to accommodate Nabi’s high salary.

The anticipation surrounding Nabi’s arrival is palpable, with fans and analysts alike eager to see how he will impact Kaizer Chiefs’ performance and potentially lead them to greater success. While the exact timeline for his arrival remains uncertain, the promise of his leadership brings renewed hope to the Soweto giants.

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