The Algerian Football Federation (FAF) has granted Riyad Mahrez permission to leave camp ahead of his move away from Leicester City.
Algeria has allowed Leicester City star Riyad Mahrez to leave camp in order to finalize a transfer before the window closes.
Mahrez has been linked with moves to Roma, Manchester United, Barcelona and Arsenal, and the 2015-16 Premier League winner is now nearing an exit from Leicester.
As Algeria prepare for a World Cup qualifier against Zambia, the Algerian Football Federation (FAF) confirmed on Wednesday that it has granted the 26-year-old attacker permission to formalize his playing future.
Mahrez has featured in all three Premier League fixtures for Leicester this season, setting up two goals.
@Mahrez22 AUTORISÉ À ALLER OFFICIALISER SON TRANSFERT VERS SON NOUVEAU CLUB#LesVerts #TeamDZ
— Les Verts d’Algérie (@LesVerts) August 30, 2017
Algeria – bottom of Group B with one point after two matches – will now fly out to Lusaka without Mahrez for their clash with Zambia on Saturday.