The Polish keeper did not have a memorable stint at Ibrox after being signed by Rangers boss Mark Warburton.
Rangers boss Mark Warburton and his recruitment team have got plenty right at Ibrox but one signing that certainly didn’t work out was Polish goalkeeper Maciej Gostomski.
The stopper arrived at Ibrox from Lech Poznan in a deal until the end of the season, with the aim of putting pressure on current number one Wes Foderingham.
Gostomski, who arrived at Rangers with something of a reputation, did not however have a lasting impact at the club.
The Pole left the club and Glasgow in March, as reported by The Scotsman, after failing to force his way into the first-team picture at Rangers under Warburton.
Now Gostomski has found himself a new club.
The Polish keeper has joined Korona Kielce, as confirmed by the club’s official website. It had seemed he was on his way to former club Drutex Bytovia as was reported by Przeglad Sportowy, after pulling out of a move to top-flight challengers Lechia Gdansk.
Rangers manager Mark Warburton celebrates winning the Scottish Championship with the trophy
He trained with recently crowned Polish second-tier champions Arka Gydnia since leaving Rangers but is now set to help Korona in the Estraklasa, where they finished 12th in 2015-16.
The Rangers flop will now battle with former Hibernian, Gretna and Inverness stopper Zbigniew Malkowski and talented teenager Leonid Otczenaszenko for the number one spot in Kielce and will hope to do better than he did at Ibrox.