“Breaking Down Benzema’s Arrival at Al Ittihad: Uncovering His Salary”

Karim Benzema has made a deal to join Al Ittihad, and football fans are curious about how much he will earn in Saudi Arabia. The French striker recently ended his contract with Real Madrid, making him free to leave this month. Rumors of a move to Saudi Arabian football have now been confirmed. Prior to their match against Athletic Bilbao in La Liga, Real Madrid announced that Benzema would be leaving the team after 14 seasons, stating that he had earned the right to make his own decision about his future, which he has apparently already done.

Al Ittihad, the new club of Benzema, is gaining popularity and strength in Saudi Arabian football. Benzema’s arrival has made him the second biggest star in the league after his former teammate Cristiano Ronaldo, who now plays for Al Nassr. Both players will face each other as opponents, despite having played together for Real Madrid for 342 matches. This reunion comes 14 years after they first joined forces at the Bernabeu in 2009.

Benzema has reportedly been offered a significantly higher salary by Al Ittihad, the recently crowned champions of Saudi Arabia. The team has presented a two-year contract to Benzema, with a tax-free payment of €200 million, along with an offer to become the country’s ambassador to host the 2030 World Cup. The striker’s earnings in Saudi Arabia would be much more than his current annual salary of €24 million at Real Madrid, according to football salary website Capology.

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