The Ballon d'Or winner has reportedly received a huge offer from a Saudi club as he considers his options.

Although he's had a sold season with Real Madrid, Karim Benzema is reportedly mulling over his options. Despite the experienced French attacker enjoying a good relationship with Carlo Ancelotti, the Ballon d'Or winner is apparently the subject of a mega-money move from an unnamed Saudi club.

Benzema has experienced disappointment with Los Blancos this season as not only will Real Madrid not win La Liga but also will not have a chance to defend their Champions League crown following their stunning capitulation to Manchester City in the second leg of the semi-finals. In addition, with Robert Lewandowski on 23 goals versus his 18, it looks like the Polish international will pip the French superstar to the Pichichi prize in the league as well.

As per reports from Spain, a Saudi-based club have offered Benzema a huge contract worth an astronomical $440 million (£346 million/€400 million) over two years. The same report claims that Benzema is not the only player of interest to Saudi Arabia, with Lionel Messi also on the league's wish-list.

In addition, as Saudi Arabia looks to shore up their bid to host the 2030 World Cup, they are determined to bring in as many big name players as possible to also act as ambassadors. Benzema, along with Messi, are among those the country hopes to use in this role, while Cristiano Ronaldo is also presumed to be involved in this effort as he is currently plying his trade with Al-Nassr.

This weekend will be Real Madrid's last game in La Liga. Will it turn out to be Benzema's final tie for Los Blancos?