Ali bin Hadi bin Mohammed Al-Bulaihi is a Saudi football player. He plays as a defender for the Saudi Professional League club Al-Hilal, and the Saudi Arabia national football team. Bulaihi was also a member of the 23-man squad selected to represent Saudi Arabia in the FIFA World Cup 2018. Now, he has been chosen for the official team of Qatar for the 2022 World Cup 2022. Ali Al-Bulaihi is a native of Saudi Arabia, born on November 21, 1989. His star sign is Scorpio. By nationality, Al-Bulaihi is a Saudi Arabian and is of African ethnicity. Al-Bulaihi has not disclosed his childhood, parents, siblings, and academic background. Scroll down to learn more about Ali Al-Bulaihi’s net worth, salary, contract, and career.
How much is Ali Al-Bulaihi’s net worth/salary? How did he make his career? contract
Ali Al-Bulaihi’s net worth is estimated to be $2 million. For League club Al-Hilal, Ali Al-Habsi earns £18,000 per week and £936,000 annually. The majority of the player’s wealth came from his football career. Ali Al-Habsi makes £286,0000 and £5,500 each week. He also earns a respectable income from his wages, sponsorships, and endorsement deal with the national team. His estimated market value is $91,086. He participated in the Saudi Super Cup, the Saudi-Egyptian Super Cup, and the Arab Club Champions Cup six times each. He also made two appearances at the FIFA Club World Cup and an appearance in the Crown Prince Cup.
Before beginning work at Al-Nahda in 2014, Al-Bulaihi spent his first three years in the industry at Al-Amal. Ali Al-Bulaihi joined Al-Nahda in 2014, although he only stayed there briefly and didn’t participate in any games. Al Bulaihi formally joined Al-Fateh on July 23, 2015. He changed to Al-Fateh the following year. During his two seasons with Al-Fateh, he participated in 47 games and contributed a goal to the team. Al-Bulaihi also participated in the 2017 AFC Championship League as a team member.
Al-Hilal acquired Al Bulaihi on a free transfer on June 21, 2017. He committed to a three-year deal with the team. He was given the No. 5 jersey when he got there. In his first campaign, he participated in five games for the team. The player has 83 games under his belt and ten goals for the team.
Al-Bulaihi received the nation of Saudi Arabia’s first call-up in 2018. His teammates Salman Al-Faraj, Yasser Al Mosailem, and Osama Hawasawi were included in Saudi Arabia’s 35-man roster in May 2018 for the 2018 World Cup in Russia. Ali has played in thirty international games since making his national team debut in 2018.