The Ballon d’Or winner for Real Madrid, Footballer Karim Benzema signs a three-year contract with Club Al-Ittehad in Saudi Arabia. He has a three-year deal with al-Ittehad, according to the Jeddah-based squad, and it will start with the current season.
3 Years Contract
According to the Saudi club, Karim Benzema and Al-Ittehad have apparently agreed to a three-year transfer agreement that will begin at the start of the upcoming season. After 14 seasons with Real Madrid, the 35-year-old said last week that he was quitting the club.
Real Madrid’s Ballon d’Or-winning footballer Karim Benzema signs a deal with Al-Ittehad for three-year with the Saudi club. According to the Jeddah-based team, he has a three-year contract with al-Ittehad that will begin with the current campaign.
Karim Benzema and Al-Ittehad have reportedly agreed on a three-year transfer deal that will commence at the start of the following season, according to the Saudi club. The 35-year-old announced last week that he was leaving Real Madrid after 14 seasons with the team. Carlo Ancelotti, the manager, believes that Karim Benzema’s future is unquestionable with Madrid.
Journey with Real Madrid
In 2009, Karim Benzema joined Real Madrid. His 354 goals have moved him into the top two scorers in Real Madrid history after 648 games and his participation. Karim Benzema played for Real Madrid, a team that captured five Champions League titles, four La Liga titles, and three Copa del Rey titles.
He won the Ballon d’Or for leading Real Madrid to an incredible Champions League victory in 2021–22. He was unable to represent France at the World Cup in Qatar the previous year due to a thigh injury from the previous season. On the Saudi Arabian team are Cristiano Ronaldo and Karim Benzema.
They were coworkers at Real Madrid. Cristiano Ronaldo, the five-time best footballer in the world, left Manchester United for the Saudi team Al Nasr after the World Cup the previous year.
Is Lionel Messi also Moving to Saudi Arabia?
Lionel Messi, who departed Paris Saint-Germain after two seasons, is reportedly also moving to Saudi Arabia, according to rumors. In an effort to sign Lionel Messi, 35, who will play his farewell game for PSG this weekend, senior Al-Hilal executives have traveled to France.
This weekend, Messi will compete in his farewell game for PSG. Messi presently represents PSG. The Saudi delegation plans to meet with George, the father, and Lionel Messi to finalize the contract as soon as possible.
Preparations to Host FIFA World Cup
Saudi Arabia has mentioned more than ten Champions League or World Cup champions as potential recruits for its league. The players on the list who are nearing the conclusion of their professional careers include Hugo Lloris of Tottenham, N’Golo Kante of France, and Luka Modric of Croatia.
Despite claims from human rights organizations that its sports scene is deteriorating, the nation with the largest oil production wants to host the World Cup in 2030 or 2034 and is investing in sports to present a better and more positive picture of its country.