Despite there exists some envy in anyone’s success be it to what degree or threshold, Michael Olunga is still a happy man and most Kenyans are proud of his commitment, devotion and dedication for his football play for the national team of Kenya, Harambee Stars.
News outlets in Sweden announced that the Chinese outfit activated the Sh467 million fee asked by Olunga’s previous Sweden’s football club Djurgardens IF.
Taking after the news of Olunga’s enormous cash move to the monied group, a few Kenyans via web-based social media got him out for changing to the association for the cash and felt it was a wrong move for his promising duty.
Be that as it may, they may need to reevaluate their sentiments and slants taking after disclosures of exactly how much the previous Gor Mahia man is gaining in China.
As per sources conscious of the deal agreement, the Chinese club sprinkled out more than Sh1.2 billion to get his administrations. Half of the sum – Sh500 million – was the exchange charge paid to Olunga’s previous club.
The other half went to agents fees and Olunga’s great looking pay of Sh. 12 Million every month for a duration of his four-year contract. That means he gets a minimum of Kshs.3 million every week be it he has played or participated in a match or not.
As per reports, half of that sum (Sh 288 Million) has allegedly been discharged to the 22-Year-Old player under the terms of his agreement.
The sum excludes team winning awards, training allowance and image rights deals since these are separate deals that they have to agree upon with the clubs management.