Jamaican international Andre Gray, has embarked on a new chapter in his career as he joins Saudi Arabia’s Pro League team, Al-Riyadh, on a free transfer.
The 32-year-old striker is set to earn a substantial weekly wage of £100,000 in his new venture.
Gray’s journey to Al-Riyadh follows his departure from Greek club Aris Salonika, where his contract was mutually terminated just last week.
Known for his contributions to various English clubs including Queens Park Rangers, Watford, Burnley, Brentford, and Luton, Gray now aims to make a significant impact in the Saudi Arabian league.
In 2021, Gray marked a historic moment as one of six English-born players to receive their maiden call-up to the Jamaican national team.
He made his debut for the Reggae Boys on March 25, facing the United States. Since then, Gray has proudly represented his nation on 13 occasions, displaying his abilities as a striker by netting three crucial goals.
One of his memorable goals came during a CONCACAF World Cup qualifier match against Panama, which ended in a 1-1 draw.
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