Mohammed Ibrahim Al-Breik is a professional Saudi Arabian footballer. He plays as a Defender – Right-Back for Al-Hilal of the Saudi Professional League. Now, he has been selected for the official squad to Qatar for the 2022 World Cup. Mohammed Al-Breik was born on 15 September 1992 in Riyadh, Saudi Arabia. As of now, he is 30 years old. His birth name is Mohammed Ibrahim Al-Breik belonging to the zodiac sign of Virgo. He holds Saudi Arabian nationality. Mohammed Al-Breik stands 1.73 m, i.e., 5 feet 6 inches tall, and weighs around 85 kg. Scroll down to learn more about Mohammed Al-Breik’s net worth, career, and contract.
How much is Mohammed Al-Breik’s net worth/salary? How did he make his career? contract
Through his career as a football player, Mohammed Al-Breik has accumulated significant wealth. Mohammed Al-Breik’s net worth is estimated to be $1.5 million. Mohammed Al-Breik will earn a yearly salary of €468,000 in 2022. The projected market value of Breik at this time is €1.30 million. Both the IFFHS AFC Men’s Team of the Decade 2011–2020 and the Mohammed Al-Breik Individual Awards for the IFFHS AFC Man Team of the Year: 2020. Al-Breik Mohammed made eight appearances in the Arab Club Champions Cup, one goal, and one appearance each in the Saudi Super Cup and Saudi-Egyptian Super Cup.
From 2009 to 2014, Mohammed Al-Breik spent five years as a young player with Al-Hilal, where he has eight appearances in the Arab Club Champions Cup, one goal, and one started his football career. He was loaned out after being promoted to the first team in 2015. Al-Breik scored his first goal against Al-Ta’awon on October 20, 2015. Al-Breik then took home the Crown Prince Cup. He scored his second goal in the Super Cup 2016. However, Al-Hilal lost on penalties. He established a routine with Ramón Dáz, the manager of Al-Hilal. He won the league and the King Cup in the 2016–17 campaign.
In 2015, Mohammad Al-Briek received a call to compete for the Saudi national team. On March 28, 2017, he made his national team’s debut abroad against Iraq. But on October 7, 2017, against Jamaica, he scored his first national goal in a friendly game. The player currently has 11 caps for his country. He was chosen on November 4th, 2015, for the national football squad to compete in the 2018 FIFA World Cup qualification. He was nominated to Saudi Arabia’s preliminary roster for the 2018 FIFA World Cup in Russia in May 2018.