Former Manchester United player Odion Ighalo has shown everyone the luxury of playing for Saudi Pro League side Al-Hilal, MySportDab reports.
The Nigerian footballer shared a video from their luxury plane.
Ighalo has been in the Saudi Pro League since 2021 but the striker first signed for Al-Shabab, before joining Al-Hilal.
He scored 19 goals last season and finished as the third top scorer in the league but Al-Hilal failed to win the league title.
Now, Ighalo has given fans an inside view of how the team travels to away matches in their luxury plane.
The Boeing 747-400 plane costs $220 million (£173m) and has been chartered by Prince Alwaleed bin Talal, a Saudi Billionaire.
The plane could house upto 400 passenger seats, but these were removed for luxury items.
The new design includes a dining room and a golden throne, as Ighalo and his team-mates were seen in the video.
Ighalo can be heard saying ‘wow’ in the video after walking around the luxury plane.
The striker showed off other areas of the plane and also seen the plane’s cockpit.
The 34-year-old won’t be in the team next season after leaving Al-Hilal at the end of his contract.
Several European stars could be travelling on that place for away matches next season such as Ruben Neves from Wolves amongst others.
Al-Hilal are also trying to sign other big names and Kalidou Koulibaly’s transfer from Chelsea got announced on Sunday.
Al-Hilal have also tried to convince Romelu Lukaku to leave Chelsea and join the club.