Amine Harit is a professional footballer born in France who plays for Ligue 1 club Marseille and the Morocco national team. From his parents' side, he is eligible to play for the Moroccan team. Besides, Harit wears jersey number 77 and plays as a midfielder.
Harit has been playing for Marseille since joining them on September 1, 2022. But before that, he represented some clubs, including Nantes B and Schalke 04. Harit is one of the most prominent players on his team and has won multiple awards, such as Bundesliga Player of the Month in September 2019.
Amine Harit has a net worth of more than $5 million, thanks to his professional football career. Harit is playing for Marseille. So, his weekly wage is £86,000, while his yearly salary is £4,472,000. Likewise, Harit has played for other teams in the past. He prominently played for F.C. Schalke 04, and his deal was €8 million.
Being a national player, Harit may earn more profit. Also, he has a deal with Adidas, and from brand endorsement, Harit also racks up decent cash. Moreover, Harit's market value is €14 million, but it is not his highest value.
Harit's highest market value was €30 million, recorded on December 17, 2019. The professional footballer flaunts his life via his Instagram handle, where he is verified as @amineharit.
Harit appears to have a partner, but he has never discussed it in the media. He may be living a lowkey life with his partner and has not made a single post on Instagram. Also, Harit is a private guy who keeps his matters to himself.
Apart from that, his social media posts show that Harit is the father of two children, a son, and a daughter. His daughter named, Amine, was born in May 2019. The family of three extended to four with the birth of a son in July 2020. Harit often posts snaps with his kids on his Instagram account.
Amine Harit was born on June 18, 1997, in Pontoise, France. His star sign is Gemini. He holds both French and Moroccan and is of Moroccan descent. Harit began playing football at the age of six and had played for various clubs, including Argenteuil C.O., Esperance Paris19eme, Paris Saint-Germain, and Red Star, before switching to Nates in 2012.
However, football was not his only passion; as a kid, he was a talented swimmer. His father was the one who influenced him to the pool, and until the age of 14, he was a part of a swimming club.
Following various youth systems at Nantes, Amine Harit was promoted to the reserve team of Nantes in 2015. In the season, he played 15 matches overall.
In the 2016-17 season, Harit was called up to the leading team of the club. On August 13, 2016, he made his Ligue 1 debut representing Nates against Dijon. He played the entire game in a 1-0 away victory. Further, he finished the season, making 30 game appearances with a goal.
On July 2017, Harit arrived at Schalke 04, signing a four-year contract for a reported fee of $9.33 million, which could rise to $11.66 million with bonuses. On August 14, Harit made his debut for the club in a DFB-Pokal against BFC Dynamo, which ended in a 2-0 away victory.
In a match against Borussia Dortmund, Harit scored his first Bundesliga goal, overturning a 4-0 deficit to a 4-4 draw in a historical Revierderby game on November 25, 2017. Moreover, he was awarded Bundesliga rookie of the month for December 2017.
Harti played on loan with Marseille for the 2021-22 season and appeared in 32 games scoring four goals. And on September 1, 2022, he signed a deal with the club.
As Harit is of Moroccan descent and was born in France, he is enabled to play for both sides internationally. But he chose to represent his native and played for France's national team, starting from the U-18 football team until the U21s.
In October 2015, the Morocco U-19 team offered him, but he refused. Later, he decided to switch his allegiance to the Moroccan National Team, making his international debut for Morocco against Gabon in a 2018 FIFA World Cup qualification on October 7, 2017. He entered the match, replacing Nordin Amrabat in the 90 minutes of the 3-0 victory.
Likewise, Harit is in the national squad playing in the FIFA World Cup 2022.