Nigerian footballer, Ahmed Musa, has officially moved from the English football club, Leicester City, to a local club in Saudi Arabia.

Al-Nassr, which was first formed in Saudi Arabia in 1955, announced the news via social media platforms with a video that took the internet by storm. 

In it, an unidentified man can be seen checking in at London's airport, before proceeding to board on a flight en-route to Riyadh, the Saudi capital. 

As soon as the aircraft took off, snippets of the Nigerian forward's accomplishments were shown out of the cabin windows, including a World Cup strike. 

Towards the end of the video, the captain welcomes Musa to Al-Nassr club as soon as the plane starts descending towards the King Fahd Stadium in Riyadh.

People absolutely loved the video announcement

"It's special"

"This is how to announce a new signing"

Unmatched creativity

Al-Nassr said the footballer signed a four-year contract. However, details on the transfer fee have not been disclosed to the public.

The 25-year-old stole the spotlight during the 2018 FIFA World Cup with two goals in just three matches.

"Welcome to the club, Ahmed"

The news called for celebratory videos on Twitter

More than one

*ME when hearing the news*

"This is amazing, mabrouk!"

"May God grant you a successful journey"

"Our Hero"