The prince, who was held for almost a year, is a nephew of King Salman.
The two experts, whom the newspaper described as "cleaners", reportedly visited their country's consulate every day for a week, before leaving Turkey on October 17.
Saudi authorities have released the brother of billionaire Prince AlWaleed bin Talal after almost a year in detention, family members said Saturday, as the kingdom faces global pressure over journalist Jamal Khashoggi's murder.
Khashoggi was killed inside the kingdom's consulate in Istanbul by a team sent from Riyadh on 2 October, a murder Turkey's president said was ordered from "the highest levels" of Saudi Arabia's government.
Khashoggi's murder has saved a lot of lives in Saudi Arabia, since just a couple of weeks before his death, the Saudi government was planning to behead a lot of Saudi activists, Almoayyad said.
But despite intensive searches by Turkish police, there is still no trace of his remains.
"All what we want right now is to bury him in Al-Baqi (cemetery) in Medina with the rest of his family", Salah Khashoggi said.
Turkish Vice President Fuat Oktay told the official Anadolu news agency Monday that "all those reports should be investigated".
Canciller venezolano acusa a Duque de ser "vividor del sistema multilateral"
Pero el estudio también señala que a largo plazo, la enorme migración de venezolanos a Colombia podría generar crecimiento económico .
According to aljazeera.com, the officials said that Maher Mutreb, Salah Tubeigy and Thaar al-Harbi were the three key figures from the 15-member hit squad that were involved in dismembering Khashoggi's body and removing it from the premises.
He had become a sharp critic of the Saudi government and of Crown Prince Mohammed bin Salman, who has been pioneering an ambitious economic and social reform programme in the country.
A memorial service was held for Khashoggi on Friday night in Washington. "Who gave the command for this murder to be carried out on Turkish soil?"
A number of countries have already submitted lists of detailed questions for the review, including questions from the UK, Austria and Switzerland on the Khashoggi case.
The information was the latest in a series of leaks from Turkish officials apparently aimed at keeping up the pressure on Saudi Arabia and ensuring that the killing is not covered-up.
That image has now been severely battered.
Masayoshi Son, the head of Japanese firm SoftBank which has major investments in Saudi Arabia, on Monday condemned the killing but indicated he would continue to do business with the kingdom.