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7. Handré Pollard – £1.94 million ($2.7 million)
The only South African in the top ten, Handré Pollard, impressed when he left the Bulls for Montpellier. Pollard is rumored to earn around R15 million a season at Leicester Tigers, but he is a financial force.

Handre Pollard of South Africa during the Autumn Nations Match between England and South Africa at Twickenham Stadium on November 20, 2021. Photo: Tom Sandberg/PPAUK

6. Beau Ryan – £7.72 million ($10 million)
Beau Ryan’s career, which transitioned from Rugby League to TV presenter, was highly lucrative. With rumors swirling of a net worth approaching R200 million, Ryan’s financial success is no joke.

5. Mike Tindall – £9.98 million ($13 million)
Mike Tindall, a member of the 2003 Rugby World Cup-winning squad, has had his fair share of challenges off the field. Despite legal troubles, his net worth is an impressive £9.98 million.

4. Jonny Wilkinson – £20.9 million ($29 million)
Jonny Wilkinson’s iconic Rugby World Cup-winning drop goal in 2003 has translated into significant wealth. As the second richest Rugby World Cup winner, Wilkinson’s financial success is a testament to his brilliance on the field.

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