English club Manchester City have reportedly accepted an offer for Ayermic Laporte from Saudi Arabian side Al Nassr.
Laporte is thought to be open to the possibility of a move to the Saudi state, joining a host of stars who have already moved.
The 29-year-old defender struggled for minutes at City last year, making just 12 Premier League appearances and was a substitute during Friday’s win over Burnley.
He still has two years left on his contract with City, but has accepted a transfer to Al Nassr, after reaching a personal agreement.
Laporte has also seen increased competition at City in the summer, with Josko Guardiol, another centre-back, having arrived from RB Leipzig for €90m.
Al Nassr, meanwhile, have so far signed big-spending Sadio Mane, Marcelo Brozovic, Seko Fofana and Alex Telles in mid-summer.
They also brought in Cristiano Ronaldo last December following his departure from Manchester United.