Rangers flop Carlos Pena has finally found a club after joining Polish second division outfit GKS Tychy.
The Mexican midfielder had previously been released by the club after a disastrous spell in Govan, much to the delight of fans.
The 28 year old will now look to relaunch his European career in Poland. The club took to their official Twitter page to announce the news.

Pena joined Rangers in 2017 as part of the Pedro Caixinha revolution at Ibrox. But far from inspire drastic change at the top of the Scottish Premiership, it set the club back a year.
The Carlos Pena deal was one of the most painful and damaging from Caixinha’s tenure. Rangers splashed out over £2m to bring the 19 cap Mexican midfielder to Ibrox, reportedly paying him over £25k in wages.
Off the field troubles meant Pena never settled in Glasgow and was eventually shipped back to Mexico. These issues continued whilst he was at Cruz Azul and Nexaca.

Pena still managed to score five goals for Rangers. (Photo by David Young/Action Plus via Getty Images)
Rangers eventually thrashed out a deal that saw the Mexican released from the remaining 18 months of his contract at the club back in February.
The midfielder was quoted in The Daily Record as saying he was responsible for his tumultuous time at Ibrox.
It is scant consolation for what remains one of the most expensive flops in Rangers’ history.
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