Marco Verratti will leave Paris Saint Germain after 11 years at the French club.
The Italian midfielder is expected to continue his career in the Middle East, at the team that has made big hits in the transfer market, Al Ahli.
L’Equipe has reported that the Italian has reached a personal agreement with the Arab team Al Ahli.
At the moment, PSG is still not convinced to allow the departure of Verratti and has rejected the first offer of the Arabs in the amount of 30 million euros.
The reigning champions of France know very well that the Arabs can pay more and that is the reason they have rejected their first offer.
The Parisians aim to earn over 50 million euros from the sale of Verratti, and the parties are in ongoing discussions.
On the other hand, Verratti has a personal agreement with Al Ahli for a three-year contract from which he will earn 30 million euros net per season.
Al Ahli like other Arab clubs has invested heavily in this summer transfer window by transferring stars from European football such as Roberto Firminio, Riyad Mahrez, Franck Kessie, Eduard Mendy, Merih Demiral, Roger Ibanez and Allan Saint-Maximin.