Brazil forward Neymar has joined Saudi Pro League side Al-Hilal from French champions Paris St-Germain.
The deal for the former Barcelona player, 31, is understood to be worth about 90m euros (£77.6m) plus add-ons.
“I’ve achieved a lot in Europe and enjoyed special times, but I have always wanted to be a global player and test myself with new challenges and opportunities in new places,” he said.
Neymar was not part of PSG coach Luis Enrique’s plans for the new season.
The striker, who joined PSG for a world-record fee of £200m in 2017, was left out of their squad for Saturday’s Ligue 1 draw against Lorient.
His exit also fits PSG’s strategy of moving away from the ‘Galacticos’ era of signing high-profile players for big fees and significant wages, with Lionel Messi also leaving the club this summer.
“I want to write new sporting history, and the Saudi Pro League has tremendous energy and quality players at the moment,” Neymar added.
“I have heard a lot and learned that I am following a long list of Brazilian players who have played in Saudi Arabia over the years, so I believe it is the desired place.”
The forward was understood to be earning an annual income in the region of 25m euros (£21.6m) at the French club.