Here Is What Pitso Mosimane Will Pocket From Al Ahly

Here Is What Pisto Mosimane Will Pocket From Al Ahly

Here Is What Pitso Mosimane Will Pocket From Al Ahly

Al Ahly has reportedly offered coach Pitso Mosimane a salary in the region of R54-million per annum, excluding win bonuses.

After his staggering salary review at Sundowns, no one thought he would be matched by any African team but Egypt’s Al Ahly have doubled the offer and scooped the African special one.

Mosimane has resigned from Sundowns and is set to become the first black African or non-Egyptian coach to lead the eight-time continental champions.

It is reported that Ahly may have tabled an offer in the region of USD 120 000 (around R2-million) per month for the services of the former Bafana Bafana coach.

This would easily double Pisto’s current Sundowns salary, which was believed to be in the region of R800 000 and R1-million per month, including win bonuses when he penned a new four-year deal back in May.

However, KickOff.com has now learned from an impeccable source that the new debit order set to bolster Mosimane’s bank account could actually be closer to USD 270 000 (R4.5-million) per month, excluding win bonuses.

Sources in Egypt have indicated that Ahly would certainly not be offering Mosimane anything less than USD 100 000, with the staggering USD 270 000 offer significantly more than former coach Rene Weiler was earning, which was reportedly around USD 166 000 monthly.

Meanwhile, former Barcelona assistant coach Jose Ramon Alexanko has emerged as the hot favourite to replace ‘Jingles’ as head coach at Sundowns.

Alexanko arrived in the country in September 2019 to join The Brazilians’ youth academy before he was promoted to the head of the technical department in May.

Manqoba Mngqithi is set to retain his position as an assistant coach at Sundowns.

News of ‘Jingles’ resigning from Mamelodi Sundowns emerged in local media on Wednesday morning and it was thought at the time the former Bafana Bafana coach had already met with president Patrice Motsepe to formally ask to leave the Tshwane outfit.

The Downs owner has since issued a statement giving Mosimane his blessings, and the coach has also confirmed via a statement that he is leaving the club.

Pitso Mosimane will forever have his name embedded in the archives of Mamelodi Sundowns hall of fame. The Masandwana coach has managed to scoop five major trophies for the club.

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