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
"This is how to announce a new signing"
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.