Wednesday Jan 29, 2020. 15:00
Wilfried Bony has joined Saudi Arabian club side Al-Ittihad.
Al-Ittihad announced his arrival on Tuesday with the Ivory Coast international joining a free transfer after leaving Swansea City at the end of the 2018-19 season.
It had been a tough few months for the former Manchester City forward who struggled to find a new club after being released by the Swans at the expiry of his contract.
Bony spent six months on-loan at Qatari club Al Arabi from January to June last year, scoring five times in seven appearances before returning to Wales.
The 31-year-old joins an Al-Ittihad side in 12th place on the log standings, a massive 18 points off top spot after 15 rounds of fixtures.
“This is a good chance to compete for something with a traditional club like this and I feel excited about this,” Bony said on his arrival in Jeddah as quoted by BBC Sport.
Bony has scored 18 goals in 59 games for Ivory Coast.