Riyad Mahrez accepts ‘crazy’ personal offer from Al-Ahli

by duceditor

AL-AHLI allegedly has an offer on the table to purchase Manchester City player Riyad Mahrez. Mahrez is currently playing for Manchester City.

Edouard Mendy, formerly of Chelsea, has signed with Al-Ahli after making the move from Chelsea over the summer. Other players have also made the move from Europe to Saudi Arabia.

Al-Ahli are set to submit a £30million bid to sign Riyad Mahrez

Al-Ahli want to lure Mahrez to the Middle East and have reportedly offered the winger a contract worth £410,000 a week.

The Algerian has agreed the deal but is happy to stay at City so will not will not force through an exit.

Al-Ahli are now set to test the Treble winners’ resolve by submitting a £30million offer for Mahrez, report The Athletic.

City are not believed to be keen on letting the 32-year-old go despite his age and the fact he has just two years remaining on his contract.

According to reports, Pep Guardiola wants to hang onto Mahrez and Bernardo Silva, who is also drawing interest from Saudi Arabia.

Following his £60 million transfer from Leicester in 2018, Mahrez has been a crucial member of City.

At the Etihad, the forward has scored 78 goals in 236 appearances while winning four championships and a Champions League.

Ilkay Gundogan, a midfielder who played for City and left the club earlier this year to sign with Barcelona, was an important player who has since moved on.

In the meantime, Kyle Walker is going to have to decide what he’s going to do about his future since Bayern Munich is interested in signing him.

Walker has had a long-standing interest in playing professionally in other countries, so the possibility of moving to Germany is appealing to him.

Even though he still has one year left on the contract that pays him £160,000 per week, he was taken surprised by the fact that City worked out a two-year deal for him.

Additionally, Bayern has given the right back a new deal that is for two years and includes an additional year’s worth of options.

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