Atletico Madrid captain Gabi Fernandez is set to join Qatari club Al Sadd on a free transfer, according to multiple reports in the Spanish press.
Diario AS, Cadena Cope and Cadena Ser all say the 34-year-old has struck an agreement with the Middle East club, while Marca report an offer is under ‘serious consideration’.
Los Rojiblancos appear to have already signed a long-term successor to the experienced midfielder with the acquisition of Rodri from Villarreal.
Gabi is set to pen a three-year deal which will net him €6m in wages to end the second spell of his career at Atleti.
Having come through the youth system at the Madrid-based club, Gabi spent four years at Real Zaragoza between 2007 and 2011 before returning to Diego Simeone’s side.
The central midfielder has amassed a total of 414 first-team appearances for the Europa League winners, but has never been capped by Spain.
Al Sadd are the club of former Barcelona captain Xavi Hernandez.