Pena had no future at Rangers and it seems he is set to leave on loan again.

Mexican outlet Futbol RF claim Rangers midfielder Carlos Pena is set to leave Ibrox on loan once again, by joining second-tier Polish outfit GKS Tychy until the end of the season.

The Polish transfer window is slightly different to much of Europe, with the window opening on February 1 and closing at the end of the month. It allows Tychy to bring in players over the next four weeks.

Pena returned to Rangers in December after a loan spell at Mexican side Club Necaxa failed to bring the best out of the 19-time Mexico international. He played for Cruz Azul before that, where he also failed under Pedro Caixinha.

First signed by Caixinha in the summer of 2017 for £2million (Record) – and earning a whopping £20,000 a week (Record) – Pena instantly gained flop status after managing just 14 appearances before joining Cruz Azul on loan. 

He spent the second half of the 2017-18 campaign there and the first half of this season at Necaxa, clocking up 19 appearances across both loan spells. He also checked into rehab to fight a drinking problem, and went AWOL.

Now, back on Rangers books and looking for a new move, it appears that Pena is to make a surprise move to Poland where he will not even be playing in the top flight. Tychy currently sit in 11th place out of 18.

Pena has a contract at Ibrox until the summer of 2020, after agreeing a three-year deal in the summer of 2017.

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