The Brazil forward spent eight years at Anfield, scoring scoring 110 goals in 361 games.
Si Señor 🪄#WelcomeFirmino
— Al-Ahli Saudi Club (@ALAHLI_FCEN) July 4, 2023
Clubs in Saudi Arabia have pursued an aggressive recruitment strategy in recent months, persuading some of the sport’s biggest names to sign lucrative deals with teams in the country — Cristiano Ronaldo joined Al Nassr in January and Karim Benzema left Real Madrid for Al Ittihad earlier this month.
Al Ahli won the Saudi First Division League title last season to achieve promotion back to the Saudi Pro League for the 2023-24 campaign.
Roberto Firmino joins Saudi club Al Ahli after Liverpool exit