Algerian international Sofiane Feghouli is a target for Saudi Arabian side Al Hilal, as reported by Goal.
The Galatasaray winger, who just won the Turkish league title with them, is said to be part of an £18m offer that would see both Feghouli and star striker Bafetimbi Gomis move to Saudi Arabia.
Galatasaray are under pressure to sell players and may offload the 28-year-old Algerian in order to achieve this.
Feghouli is yet to start a game for the club in the Turkish Super Lig as Gala perhaps prepare for life without him.
Many Arab footballers have made the move to Saudi Arabia this year, such as Rais M’Bolhi and Nordin Amrabat.
Last season, Feghouli scored seven goals and recorded ten assists after making the move from Premier League side West Ham United.
Feghouli helped Algeria reach the last 16 of the 2014 World Cup, where they were knocked out in extra-time by eventual champions Germany.
Seven footballers from Algeria currently play in Saudi Arabia, but this total seems like it will only increase as time goes by.
His club career so far has already seen him play in England, France, Spain and Turkey. Follow all the Algerian transfers this summer on DZ Football.