Rangers are ready to part ways with their Mexican striker Eduardo Herrera this summer. According to recent reports, the Gers are ready to let him leave and set up a return to his homeland to play for Chivas in the near future.
The 29-year-old has failed to live up to the expectations at the Ibrox Stadium and has barely featured for the Teddy Bears during the course of this campaign. He has fallen down the pecking order under Graeme Murty after the arrival of Jason Cummings. The Mexican forward was signed by former Rangers boss Pedro Caixinha last year in a transfer worth in the region of £1.5m from Pumas.
However, Herrera has just found the back of the net twice for the Gers this season with one of those goals coming in the league in Rangers’ clash at Ross County back in August last year. He is yet to make an appearance for the Glaswegian outfit this year and is now set to leave in search of greener pastures.
It is believed that Chivas has already enquired about the player’s availability and the Gers are willing to let him leave when the transfer window reopens at the end of the season.
Rangers are currently sitting in the second place in the Scottish Premiership table with a tally of 58 points in 30 league outings with just five points separating them from third-placed Aberdeen, who have played a game less. The Teddy Bears are still a massive 9 points behind crosstown rivals and league leaders Celtic going into the final stretch of the season.
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