Glasgow Rangers have announced that summer signing Carlos Pena has left the club to join Mexican outfit Cruz Azul on loan for a year, and it is fair to say that their supporters were not disappointed with the news.

The midfielder arrived at the Scottish giants in June for a fee believed to be around £2 million, but it would appear seven months after signing he may well have played his last match for the Ibrox outfit.

Pena made 14 appearances for Rangers in which time he managed to find the back of the net on five occasions, but his languid style failed to win over the fan base, and ultimately he has gone back to his homeland.

Ironically he has joined up with Pedro Caixinha, the man who brought him to Scotland last year, but who was sacked a few months later before taking up his current post with Cruz Azul.

Rangers are currently on a mid-season break in Florida and are set to make signings of their own during January, but getting players off the wage bill was seen as a priority for temporary boss Graeme Murty, before he could bring in the additions he is looking for.

Pena was seen as someone who could be offloaded and it would appear he is happy to leave Scotland and return to the country of his birth.

Rangers fans do not seem too concerned to see the back of a man who they felt did not have his heart in the club, and who struggled to win them over in his time at Ibrox.

Many of those Gers supporters were quick to take to social media to celebrate his departure once the news officially broke.

Here is what the Rangers faithful had to say:


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