The Frenchman struggled for form at Leeds United last season.
Last winter Leeds United made two signings from Italian side Palermo on loan for the rest of the season.
One of those players was a success and is now the club’s captain. The other, well he barely featured.
Sol Bamba has become a hit with the Leeds faithful for his honest displays, both on and off the pitch.
Granddi Ngoyi played for Leeds United just the once. He started against Norwich City in April and played 90 minutes but that was it for the Frenchman.
The former French under-21 international was also not very popular at Palermo and now, the Leeds flop has found himself a new team.
Just a few months after his loan deal at Leeds ended he is on the move again, heading back to France.
The midfielder has joined Dijon FCO in the French second division.
The club finished fourth in the second tier last term so were close to promotion to the top flight and will be hoping the former Paris Saint-Germain youth product can add some steel to their midfield positions.
If he can stay fit that is.