Let's deal Mohammad Al-Sahlawi's bio along with his Pro-football career, family life, net worth, salary and career inclusive of other facts and stats.
Mohammad Al-Sahlawi was born on 10th January 1987, in Hofuf, Saudi Arabia. Saudi Arabian striker Al-Sahlawi belongs to Arabic ethnic group. Turning pro in 2003, Al-Sahlawi began his footballing from Al-Qadisiya.
As of 2018, Al-Sahlawi’s annual salary is reported to be around $2.3 million and he reportedly gets paid $45,955 as his weekly wage through Al-Nassr. His market value is recorded at $781,151. Though he has revealed his salary, Al-Sahlawi hasn't disclosed his net worth.
Following his impressive performance in the Karkiz Championship, Al-Sahlawi, 17, was registered in the Al-Qadisiya officially, signing a contract with SR 40,000 per week and a car.
After two seasons, certainly in the 2006–07 season, Al-Sahlawi entered into the first team, so he had to assume the responsibility of the Al-Qadisiya attack alongside his teammate Yousef Al-Salem. After administration issues, he faced a difficult period where he was transferred to the bench, while at the same time he was leading the Saudi Olympic team.
After Al-Qadisiya was relegated to the first division after the departure of a maximum number of star players in the team, Al-Sahlawi was loaned out to Al-Fateh where he played five matches scoring a goal. Later, notwithstanding other offers, he returned to his parent club.
In his comeback season, Al-Qadisiya recorded 18 goals for his side. At the end of the season, he signed a three-years-extension contract with Al-Qadisiya worth SR3 million. More, Al-Sahlawi finished the 2008 season as the Top Goalscorer in Saudi First Division.
In 2009, Al-Sahlawi signed to Al-Nassr for a reported transfer fee of SR32 million and broke the record transfer of the Yasser Al-Qahtani as the most massive deal in Saudi football history.
In his debut season, he played overall 36 matches and scored 21 goals as well as earned the Young Player Award from STC. In 2015, Al-Sahlawi was named one of the World’s best top goal scorers by the IFFHS.
Al-Sahlaw has represented his native country at both junior and senior level, playing in various tournaments. He was the part of Saudi Arabia U20 and U23 national team. On 29th May 2010, Al-Sahlawi scored his first international goal for the Saudi Arabia national team in a 2-3 friendly win over Spain.
Currently thirty-one, Al-Sahlawi is unmarried and enjoying his singlehood. Till date, there is no rumors and news popped out in public or media sites about his love life. The star footballer seems to be an entirely confidential person when it comes to his personal life. Also, he has set his official Instagram account private.