Spanish defender, Aymeric Laporte has completed a permanent move to Saudi Arabian side Al Nassr from Manchester City. The clubs agreed a deal worth £25m and the centre-back has signed a three-year contract.
Laporte spent five-and-a-half years at City in which he won 13 major honours. After arriving from Athletic Club in January 2018, Laporte played 180 times for the club.
Laporte won the treble with the Cityzens last season and was part of the Manchester City squad that won the 2023 UEFA Super Cup against Sevilla.
Now he is set for pastures new, with Al Nassr the chosen destination for the next phase of his career. He would join the likes of Cristiano Ronaldo, Sadio Mane and Marcelo Brozovic at his new club.