Kalidou Koulibaly has joined Saudi Arabia side Al Hilal from Chelsea for an undisclosed fee.
The 32-year-old centre-back is the latest Chelsea player to make the move to Saudi Arabia, joining Ruben Neves at Al-hilal.
“From my first game to my last, it was an honour to wear this badge,” Koulibaly said on Twitter.
“Last season wasn’t the one we wanted, but I want to thank the fans and everyone at the club for your support” he said in his farewell post.
N’Golo Kante is another Chelsea midfielder, has also agreed to join Saudi champions Al-Ittihad, while Edouard Mendy is reportedly close to joining Al-Ahli.
Koulibaly signed a four-year deal with Chelsea last July, bringing with him European and international experience, having helped Napoli win the Italian Cup in 2020 and Senegal claim the Africa Cup of Nations in 2022.
During his time with Chelsea, Koulibaly played 32 matches across all competitions, scoring twice in 23 Premier League appearances.