Riyad Mahrez has completed a £30m move to Al-Ahli from Manchester City.
The 32-year-old was left out of City’s pre-season trip to Japan and South Korea to finalize the switch.
He joined the Blues in 2018 for £60m from Leicester.
Mahrez scored 15 goals from 47 games in City’s Treble-winning season.
He will now earn an incredible £750,000-a-week for a two-year stint in the desert.
City confirmed that the deal has gone through after Al Ahli met their asking price for the Algerian winger, who won four Premier League titles, two FA Cups, three Carabao Cups and the Champions League during his time at the Etihad after joining the club in a £60m deal from Leicester five years ago.
The 32-year-old decided to take up the Saudi offer after Pep Guardiola left him out of his team for both the FA Cup final and Champions League final as the Blues won the treble last season.