Mohammed Siraj is a right-arm medium-fast bowler from Hyderabad, who has represented the Indian Cricket Team in all formats of the game.
Siraj made his international debut in T20Is in 2018, but it was only during his maiden Test assignment in Australia in 2020/21 that he truly established himself in the international arena.
Siraj's stock has blown through the roof. Impressive performances in Tests and in the IPL, where he represents the Royal Challengers Bangalore.
The fiery pacer went on to establish himself as a genuine wicket-taker in the 50-over format.
He is currently representing the Men in Blue in the ICC Cricket World Cup 2023.
Mohammed Siraj’s net worth is estimated to be around $6 million or ₹49.2 crore and counting.
His major source of revenue is the annual contract retainer from the BCCI, match fee, IPL salary, and brand endorsements.
Siraj is currently contracted by the BCCI under Grade B, which means he takes home INR 3 Crores annually for representing the Indian Cricket Team.
Mohammed Suraj’s monthly income is around 60 lakh, and this is without the inclusion of his IPL salary and various endorsement deals.
Following the latest version of the BCCI contracts for its players, Mohammed Siraj is under the Grade B contract of ₹3 crore per annum.