The Premier League giant that goes for Benzema after his controversy in Arabia

Karim Benzema might have no more future in Saudi Arabia.

The Premier League giant that goes for Benzema after his controversy in Arabia

Karim Benzema is one of the names that has been buzzing the most in recent days, basically because of the bad time he is having in Saudi Arabia, with Al Ittihad. The winner of the Ballon d'Or last year, left Real Madrid after more than ten years in the club and ended his career in Europe, to join the country that is attracting the attention of many world-class footballers, based on money.

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Despite starting well, scoring goals and playing well with Al Ittihad, it seems that Cristiano Ronaldo's defeat against Al Nassr would have marked a before and after in Benzema's time in Asia, as he would have received a lot of harassment from the players. fans, to such an extent that his Instagram was deleted. In addition, he disappeared from the country, leaving without notifying anyone on the team.

Now, despite the fact that according to "El Chiringuito de Jugones", Karim Benzema will return to training with the team in the next few days, the reality is that he is not having a good time and would not frown upon returning to European football, but, to what team?

Today, a piece of news from 'The Telegraph' in England has gone viral, which claims that Chelsea want a striker. The Blues signed Nkunku and Nicho Jackson, but it is not turning out as they had planned, and now they would go for Karim Benzema to reinforce the squad at the highest level.

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Benzema explained his arrival in Saudi Arabia:

"I am Muslim and it is a Muslim country. I have always wanted to live there. I have already been to Saudi Arabia and I feel good there. The most important thing is that it is a Muslim country, beloved and beautiful. When I spoke with my family about my signing for "Saudi Arabia, everyone was very happy and here I am, for me it is where I want to be."

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