Recent Leeds United trialist Mory Diaw has found a new club after failing to clinch a deal with the Whites.
Diaw was on trial at Leeds in April, trying to earn a contract after his release by Paris Saint-Germain.
The goalkeeper played for the under-23s but was unable to convince the Whites to offer him a deal.
The 24-year-old has now found a new club - thousands of miles away from Elland Road.
Diaw has signed with Bulgarian club Lokomotiv Plovdiv, L'Equipe report.
It was always a long shot for Diaw to win a deal at Leeds considering they have solid cover in goalkeeping positions.
The Whites later moved to sign stopper Felix Wiedwald from Werder Bremen, a goalkeeper with considerably more experience.
New Leeds signing Felix Wiedwald
Questions still remain at Leeds as to who will be their first choice goalkeeper this season, Wiedwald or experienced Robert Green.
Marco Silvestri's future is still uncertain, as while the Italian has his detractors, he is better than simply being third choice and not even making the bench each weekend.