Rangers fans in the Transfer Tavern will be pleased with the start to life made by manager Steven Gerrard, and as such will hope he can make them a more competitive unit on the field.
The former Liverpool man has been busy strengthening his side this summer with a number of signings, while he has already suffered disappointment with some of his targets – however, he could be set to show one player the door as he seeks to continue his overhaul at Ibrox.
And that’s because, according to reports by GOAL in Spain, Eduardo Herrera could be on his way back to former club Pumas UNAM.
The Mexico international has struggled to make an impact at Ibrox since last summer’s £1.5 million move to Ibrox, appearing just 24 games in all competitions, and as such could return to his homeland in a bid to reignite his career.
It is believed Rangers would be prepared to let the 29-year-old go, with a loan move also an option for the Liga MX outfit to consider.
Landlord’s Verdict: The Rangers fans in the Tavern will not be disappointed to see Herrera leave the club this summer, as he failed to make an impact with the side when given the opportunity.
The forward had scored just twice in 24 games for the Gers and the locals last saw him make an appearance for the club in February, showing that the writing was very much on the wall for the 29-year-old.
Gerrard will likely be hoping to offload Herrera permanently, as he would surely look to use the funds raised from a sale to help continue rebuilding his side to make them more competitive and challenge Old Firm rivals Celtic for domestic silverware.
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