Orlando Pirates announced that they had agreed to sell striker Tendai Ndoro to Saudi Arabian club Al Faisaly on Tuesday.
Ndoro was set to lead the Bucs attack during the 2017/18 PSL season under the club's new head coach Milutin 'Micho' Sredojevic.
However, the Buccaneers have decided to sell the Zimbabwean international, who netted 12 goals in 24 league starts last season.
Overall, Ndoro has netted 23 goals in 60 games in all competitions during his stint with Bucs - proving to be one of the most prolific strikers in the PSL.
Most Pirates fans will be sad to see their most productive striker leaving the club.
Here's how social media reacted soon after the news broke.
With Ndoro going I really wish pirates sign Tlolane — Lennox Bacela (@lennoxbacela) August 22, 2017
Truth be told, we are thin upfront. Gabuza has improved but he is not reliable nor consistent. Don't understand why Ndoro was sold— Anthony Mpati (@Antonio115) August 23, 2017
Erasmus and Jali left and there was no perfect replacements and now Ndoro, Pirates need to step on the brakes abit. — Tabu Peta (@PetaTabu) August 23, 2017
Thanks Tendai Ndoro, best wishes. Now that he's gone, appeal to Orlando Pirates to sign Jeremy Brockie from SuperSport United! — ♛The Trillest King♛ (@TumediTreezy) August 22, 2017