Rangers signed Eduardo Herrera from UNAM for a reported £1.5 million [Scottish Sun] in the summer of 2017.
However, his Ibrox career never really got off the ground.
He was deployed almost exclusively as a substitute by Pedro Caixinha during his first season at the club and after netting just twice, he was deemed surplus to requirements.

Herrera steers in a backheel against Partick Thistle at Firhill. (Photo by Ian MacNicol/Getty Images)

Since then, he’s been sent out on loan back to his native Mexico.
The first of those spells was a poor few months with Santos Laguna where he barely played and failed to score.
Last January, he joined another Liga MX outfit – Necaxa. That move worked out somewhat better, with the 30-year-old netting five times in 16 appearances.
However, that initial deal ended last month. Some uncertainty followed as the striker reported for pre-season with Necaxa rather than returning to Glasgow. Rangers have now moved to clarify his future, though.


Rangers confirm Eduardo Herrera loan extension

In a statement released via the club’s website, it was confirmed that Herrera has extended his loan deal by a further six months.

Herrera is playing much more regularly at Necaxa, often as a lone striker. (Photo by Cesar Gomez/Jam Media/Getty Images)

That’s good news for Rangers, as he will remain off the wage bill until 2020. A reported £20k-per-week has now been freed up [Daily Record].
Herrera turned out for his adopted side in the Supercopa MX over the weekend, but he lost out to former manager Pedro Caixinha’s Cruz Azul.

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