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Allan Saint-Maximin has completed a move to Saudi Pro League side Al-Ahli for an undisclosed fee, officially concluding his four-year tenure at Newcastle United.
- Updated: August 1, 2023
The French forward initially joined the Magpies from OGC Nice in 2019 and went on to make a total of 124 appearances for the club. During his time at Newcastle, he scored 13 goals and provided 21 assists.
In his debut season in the Premier League, Saint-Maximin played a pivotal role in helping the team secure a 13th-placed finish. In the subsequent seasons, the Magpies finished 12th and 11th, with his contributions being crucial to the team’s performances.
During the last season, Saint-Maximin made 25 appearances in the league, aiding Newcastle United in achieving an impressive fourth-place finish to qualify for the UEFA Champions League. He also featured in six Carabao Cup matches, with the club reaching the final.
Newcastle United expresses gratitude to Allan for his valuable contributions both on and off the pitch and wishes him the best of luck in the next phase of his career