Major League Soccer's Players Union has released its 2015 salary figures and one surprise concerns Union goalie Rais Mbolhi.
While estimates of his salary were in the $500,000 range, the Players Union says his base and guaranteed compensation for this year is $350,000.
That is still a lot of money for a player who hasn't played since the fifth game, as the Union attempts to sell him.
Not surprising was that center back Maurice Edu was the Union's highest-paid player. Edu is earning $768,750 in guaranteed compensation.
Edu and Mbolhi are two of seven Union players currently on the team making more than $250,000.
The others are Steven Vitoria ($400,000), Fernando Aristeguieta ($350,004), Vincent Nogueira ($330,000), Sebastien Le Toux ($285,228.13), and Andrew Wenger ($282,000).
Carlos Valdes, who is on loan but listed on the roster, has a salary of $400,000.