Former Orlando Pirates striker Tendai Ndoro could dump Al Faisaly for Ajax Cape Town

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Ex-Bucs coach Ertugral is believed to be keen to reunite with the former Mpumalanga Black Aces marksman

Former Orlando Pirates striker Tendai Ndoro has been linked with a surprise move to Ajax Cape Town.

The Zimbabwe international left the Buccaneers for Saudi Arabian club Al Faisaly prior to the start of the current campaign.

Ndoro has had a four month stint with Al Faisaly, but he is reportedly back in South Africa.

According to The Herald, Ndoro is a target of the new Ajax head coach Muhsin Ertugral, who recently replaced Stanley Menzo at the PSL club. 

The Urban Warriors have struggled this season which sees them placed 15th on the league standings and the club decided to part ways with Menzo.

Ertugral is said to have identified Ndoro as a target ahead of the January Transfer Window which is set to open next week Tuesday.

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The Turkish trainer worked with Ndoro at Pirates last season, before Ertugral resigned in November, 2016.

Ndoro has made only four league appearances for Al Faisaly - netting once in the process. 

 

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