Riyad Mahrez of Manchester City has allegedly 'accepted personal terms' with Saudi club Al Ahli, who are mulling a £30 million approach for the winger. In recent years, Pep Guardiola has supervised substantial alterations to his front line. Leroy Sane, Raheem Sterling, and Gabriel Jesus have all left, and they have been replaced by Jack Grealish, Julian Alvarez, and Erling Haaland.

Riyad Mahrez

                                                                                                             Riyad Mahrez

Mahrez would undoubtedly be one of the most significant losses of all time. Since joining Man City from Leicester in 2018, the Algerian international has scored 78 goals and assisted 59 times in 239 games. He has also shown no indications of slowing down. In 47 games across all competitions last season, he scored 15 goals and assisted 13 times. Mahrez was instrumental in the Cityzens' historic treble-winning season, and he has now won 11 major trophies throughout his tenure at the Etihad. However, he now appears to be the latest superstar to leave the Premier League for Saudi Arabia, having struck an agreement on personal terms with Mahrez.



According to reports, the Saudi club has offered the attacker a deal of £25 million per season (about £480,000 per week). As previously said, they are expected to make a £30 million proposal to Manchester City. If he completes the transfer, he may be playing with Liverpool legend Roberto Firmino, who joined Al Ahli in early July. "Al Ahli is attempting to sign Riyad Mahrez.


Pep Guardiola

                                                                                                                 Pep Guardiola

"The agreement with the player is nearly complete, but not with Man City," Romano said on his YouTube channel. "City still does not have an official bid, so they will return to work on Monday and begin discussions with Mahrez to ascertain the status of his discussions with Al Ahli."If the player grants the final approval, they will negotiate with Al Ahli. So we're not quite there yet, but Al Ahli is pressing for Mahrez." On the question of price, Romano stated that Manchester City "will not let Mahrez go for free." It remains to be seen whether £30 million will be enough to persuade Manchester City to trade him.


Despite Guardiola's desire to keep Mahrez for another season, that is a lot of money for a player who has passed his prime. With that in mind, the Algerian will undoubtedly be a man to keep an eye on in the coming weeks for Man City supporters.

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