- Fadi and Michael Ibrahim have been extradited to Sydney after Dubai arrest
- They have been sitting in a Dubai prison since organised crime sting on August 8
- They are reportedly being held at Sydney Police Centre, will face court Monday
Michael and Fadi Ibrahim, the brothers of Kings Cross Identity John Ibrahim, have been extradited from Dubai following their arrests in early August.
The two men arrived back in Sydney on Sunday night to face court over charges relating to their roles in an alleged drug and tobacco smuggling syndicate, The Daily Telegraph reported.
They were arrested on the street in Dubai on August 8 for their alleged roles in an $810 million drug ring spanning across Sydney, the Netherlands and Dubai.
Michael, 37, (pictured) and Fadi Ibrahim, 43, were arrested on August 8 for their alleged roles in an $810 million drug ring spanning across Sydney, the Netherlands and Dubai
Their arrests were part of one of the biggest organised crime stings in Australia.
Since their arrest, the men have been languishing in a Dubai prison.
Both men are now reportedly being held at the Sydney Police Centre on Goulburn Street.
They are expected to be charged by police on Sunday night and will face Central Local Court on Monday.
Fadi Ibrahim (pictured leaving Sydney for Dubai) was extradited back to Sydney on Sunday night with his brother Michael