|Date of Birth:||1987, October 19|
|Age:||32 years old|
|Birth Nation:||Saudi Arabia|
|Height:||5 feet 5 inch|
|Birth Name||Mansoor Ateeg Al-Harbi|
|Birth Place||Jeddah, Saudi Arabia|
|Famous Name||Mansoor Al-Harbi|
|Currently Working For||National Team of Saudi Arabia and Al-Ahli|
Mansoor Ateeg Al-Harbi a.k.a Mansoor Al-Harbi is a Saudi Arabian national soccer player currently signed to Al-Ahli as left back. Since 2006, he is in the Saudi Arabia national football team. He was awarded Gulf Cup 2013 Man of the Match vs. Yemen.
Mansoor Al-Harbi currently plays for Al-Ahli from which he must have made a massive amount of money. He receives €252,000 amount of money as an annual salary as of 2018.
Mansoor Al-Harbi was born on 19th October 1987, in Jeddah, Saudi Arabia as Mansoor Ateeg Al-Harbi. He was born in Arabia which grants him Saudi nationality.
Back in 2017, Harbi's market value was estimated at €800K. Currently, he has a market value of €600K as of 1st June 2018.
Harbi earns €252,000 as an annual salary with the monthly salary of €21K. HIs current release clause is estimated to be around €1.1 million. Currently, his exact figure for net worth is under review but is assumed to be around a million.
Mansoor Al-Harbi began his football career as a youth player of Al-Ahli in 2004. After three-year in a youth team, he was promoted to the main team in 2007. In his first season with the team, he makes total 19 appearances.
Harbi has so far played 133 games netting 7 goals. He is in contract with the Ahli until 30th June 2021, as of June 30, 2017.
Mansoor Al-Harbi is the member of the team that won Kings Cup (2011, 2012, 2016), 2014-15 Saudi Crown Prince Cup, 2015-16 Saudi Professional League, 2016 Saudi Super Cup and 2008 GCC Champions League.
Mansoor Al-Harbi was inducted for the first time in Saudi Arabia national team in 2006. Following that, he was also in the squad where SA lost against Spain in international friendlies. Similarly, he also played in a 1-0 loss against Gabon. He later played a match against Congo helping his team to win in a 3-2 match.
Similarly, Harbi participated art 2012 Arab Nations Cup and led the team to qualify to the semi-final as they lost against Iraq in the semis.
Harbi was also inducted in 2013 Gulf Cup of Nations where he was named as the Gulf Cup 2013 Man of the Match against Yemen.
Mansoor Al-Harbi stands 1.70 m i.e. 5 feet 5 inches tall and weighs around 65 kg.
Similarly, to other Saudi players, Harbi also maintains his personal life low key. So far, no news and rumors regarding his love affairs have ever popped out in the outer world include Social media sites and the public. Thus, Mansoor Al-Harbi is assumed to be single and unmarried.