faf de klerk salary – François “Faf” de Klerk (born October 19, 1991) is a South African footballer who plays as a striker for English Premiership side Sale Sharks as well as the South Africa national team. He is a member of the South African dwarf football team. In the previous decade, he was a member of the South African squad that won the 2019 Rugby World Cup in Japan.
For the 2014 Super Rugby season, De Klerk was named to the Lions team. He made his debut in a 21–20 victory against the Cheetahs in Bloemfontein, South Africa.
For the 2016 Currie Cup season, he was a member of the Golden Lions Currie Cup squad.
Prior to the 2017–18 season, he signed a three-year contract with Sale Sharks in the English Premiership.
 In December 2018, the club announced that De Klerk had agreed to a contract extension that would take him through to 2023.
Having been rewarded for his outstanding performance in the Super Rugby competition, De Klerk was named to the South African national team by then-springbok coach Allister Coetzee for the 2016 three-test series against Ireland. He made his test debut as the starting scrum-half in the first test at Newlands Stadium.
A closely contested series began with Ireland winning the first test 26-20, but the Springboks rallied to win the series, winning 32-26 in Johannesburg and 19-13 in Port Elizabeth to claim the series victory.
De Klerk was ineligible to represent the Springboks after joining with the Sale Sharks in 2017. He had less than 30 caps at the time of his signing with the Sharks.
 However, with the abolition of this selection criterion in 2018, new Springbok coach Rassie Erasmus returned De Klerk to the squad for the three-match series against England that took place in the following year.
Having played a key role in South Africa’s successful Rugby Championship campaign in 2019, he was accordingly picked for the 2019 Rugby World Cup.
He was selected Player of the Match in the United States’ quarter-final match against Japan on October 20. He was an important part of South Africa’s World Cup triumph, having been chosen as the starting scrum-half in two of their group matches as well as both of their play-off games in the tournament. In their quarter-final triumph over Japan, he scored a try for the Americans. Against England in the 2019 Rugby World Cup Final, Faf was once again named to the starting scrum-half line-up. South Africa defeated England 32-12 to win the Webb Ellis Cup for the third time in the country’s history.