KARIM BENZEMA informs REAL MADRID that he wants to join Ronaldo in SAUDI PRO LEAGUE

Karim Benzema to leave Real Madrid! Striker is aiming to make move to join Ronaldo in Saudi Pro League with Al Ittihad

Karim Benzema to leave Real Madrid? French striker sets sights on joining CRISTIANO RONALDO in the SAUDI PRO LEAGUE as Al Ittihad move inches closer

Karim Benzema: You know what they say, Cash is King. When you get offered a bucket load of money, it is quite hard to turn it down. It seems as though that is what has happened with Karim Benzema. The French striker has spent close to 15 years with Real Madrid but it seems that his attention has finally been caught by another club. Only the signature was missing on his contract extension until 2024 at Santiago Bernabeu, but now, reports say that Benzema has decided to follow Ronaldo. Karim is looking to move to the Saudi Pro League to join Al-Ittihad. Follow Real Madrid Football Club Updates on InsideSport.IN

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KARIM BENZEMA informs REAL MADRID that he wants to join Ronaldo in SAUDI PRO LEAGUE
KARIM BENZEMA informs REAL MADRID that he wants to join Ronaldo in SAUDI PRO LEAGUE

According to sources, Karim Benzema has informed Real Madrid that he wants to quit the team. The French striker is rumored to have received a sizable offer to join the Al Ittihad team in Saudi Arabia. To leave the La Liga team, the Saudis are prepared to offer Benzema, 35, a massive £86 million contract.

The offer also includes extra compensation for serving as an ambassador for the nation’s effort to host the 2030 World Cup as well as housing in a privileged area. According to Foot Mercato, it appears that the striker has told Madrid that he wants to depart since the temptation proved to be too great for him.

Al Ittihad does not have a superstar, but it does have players like Helder Costa, a former star for Leeds and Wolves, and Ahmed Hegazi, a defender for West Brom, in its ranks. The team did succeed in defeating Al-Nassr, led by Cristiano Ronaldo, by five points to win the Saudi Pro League championship this year.

Benzema has spent 14 years in the Spanish capital, collecting numerous trophies along the way, including 24 major awards. Although Benzema is rumored to have reached an agreement on a new contract with Madrid, his most recent contract extension expires at the end of June. It is unknown if he has signed the final provisions of his new contract, which was expected to keep him with the team until the 2023–24 campaign.

Harry Kane to replace Benzema?

According to reports, Real Madrid has been given the opportunity to sign Harry Kane of Tottenham this summer in a player-plus-cash deal that also includes Eden Hazard. Next summer, when Kane’s contract in North London expires, Spurs will likely have one more chance in THIS summer transfer window to make a deal for the striker before running the risk of losing him for free.

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Erik ten Hag is on high alert to sign a top central striker, therefore the England star has been linked to Manchester United. United thinks a deal is feasible given Kane’s contractual circumstances. But Daniel Levy has been adamant that if he does decide to sell Kane, it will be outside of England and not to a club in the Premier League.

The defending Spanish and European champions have reportedly received a signing bid for Kane through a middleman, according to a report from Spanish radio station Cadena Ser. They are analyzing the situation right now. Reports also have emerged that Karim Benzema might be leaving this summer to join CR7 in the Saudi Pro League. Kane would be the best replacement for Big Benz. Safe to say, a busy summer window awaits Los Blancos.

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