Man City Treble winner becomes latest star to agree Saudi move with winger set to complete £30m transfer

MANCHESTER CITY Treble winner Riyad Mahrez has agreed a £30million transfer to Saudi Arabia.

The Algerian has been a key player for Pep Guardiola ever since his £60m move from Leicester in 2018.

GettyRiyad Mahrez looks set to leave Man City for Saudi Arabia in a £30m deal[/caption]

But Mahrez is now set to depart after five-trophy laden seasons.

The winger has struck personal terms with Al-Ahli on a lucrative three-year contract with the option for a fourth.

And the Middle Eastern side have agreed to pay City a £30m fee, with a further £3m in add-ons.

Mahrez is now set to undergo a medical in Saudi tomorrow, becoming the third Premier League star to join Al-Ahli this summer.

Chelsea goalkeeper Edouard Mendy signed in a £16m deal earlier this month.

And he was soon followed by Liverpool striker Roberto Firmino on a free transfer.

Mahrez scored 78 goals in 236 games for City after winning the title with Leicester.

The forward clinched a further four titles at the Etihad, as well as two FA Cups and this season’s Champions League.


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