Brazilian striker Neymar has moved from French champions PSG to Saudi Pro League club Al-Hilal.
It is estimated that the total value of the agreement for the player, formerly of Barcelona, is over 90 million euros (£77.6 million).
PSG included Neymar, who they paid a then-record £200 million to acquire in 2017, in their lineup for Saturday’s 2-2 draw with Lorient in Ligue 1.
Coach Luis Enrique does not include the 31-year-old in his plans for the upcoming season.
With Lionel Messi having already left the club earlier this summer, his departure is consistent with PSG’s objective of moving away from the ‘Galacticos’ era of recruiting high-profile players for hefty prices and significant wages.
Neymar announced his arrival in Saudi Arabia and introduced himself as Hilali in a video shared on the team’s social media.
At the French club, the forward was rumored to be making around 25 million euros ($30.6 million) annually.
According to reports, his annual salary in Saudi Arabia will be 150 million euros (£129.2 million), or six times what he made at PSG.