Zimbabwean forward Tendai Ndoro has officially completed his move to Saudi Arabian club Al Faisaly.
Orllando Pirates confirmed earlier this week that they had reached an agreement with Al Faisaly for the sale of the 29-year-old subject to a medical.
Ndoro flew to Saudi Arabia on Wednesday to complete his medical tests before putting the pen to paper.
Al Faisaly unveiled him as their player on Thursday afternoon.
الفيصلي يوقع مع الزيمبابوي " تينداي ندورو " pic.twitter.com/RISdGcwzGz— نادي الفيصلي السعودي (@AlFaisaly) August 24, 2017
Ndoro's departure means the Buccaneers will need to search for a quality striker before the transfer window on August 31.
The Sea Robbers had already reached an agreement with Enyimba over the services of Christian Obiozor, but reports suggest that they have not paid the transfer fee which was agreed upon by the two clubs.
As things stand, Thamsanqa Gabuza remains the club's leading striker.