Rangers flop finally set for exit after agreeing deal - report
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Carlos Pena finally set to leave - report

Carlos Pena is finally set to leave Rangers after agreeing a deal with Polish side GKS Tychy – according to a report.
MedioTiempo in Mexico have claimed the flop midfielder will sign for the second-tier Polish side this week.
The report claims he will leave Ibrox on a free after agreeing a deal to “rescind” his contract after 18 months with the Gers.

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Pena was signed by Pedro Caixinha in 2017 but only managed 14 appearances before being bombed out of the side.
Loan stints with Cruz Azul – managed by Caixinha – and Necaxa didn’t amount to much and the midfielder is completely out of the picture at Ibrox.
After being signed on a sizeable deal to come to Scotland, parting ways with Pena will likely cost the Gers a few quid.

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There’s no chance of a reprieve however and unless the Gers are prepared to keep him around until 2020 then getting a deal done makes sense.
Freeing up the wages wasted on Pena will allow Steven Gerrard to add more quality to his squad in the summer.
With the Gers currently locked in a title race with Celtic, it’s money that could have probably been used last month.
Hopefully a deal is confirmed soon and Rangers are rid of the Mexican and he can try revive his career elsewhere.

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