Rangers attacker Eduardo Herrera’s days at Ibrox look to be numbered despite a claim on his personal Instagram account.
The Scottish Sun reported that the 29-year-old claimed that ‘the best is yet to come’ on social media, after a poor first season in Glasgow.
That could perhaps be a reference to the Mexican finding a new club, as he looks to have little chance of featuring at Ibrox under Steven Gerrard.
Herrera was one of many players brought to Ibrox by former manager Pedro Caixinha, and like most of those players he has failed to impress, scoring only two goals in 24 appearances for the Light Blues.
That record is nowhere near acceptable for a club like Rangers, and it is no shock that he seems to be surplus to requirements at Ibrox Park.
Every player under the Gerrard regime will have been given the chance to prove themselves to the new boss, but for Herrera that ship looks to have sailed long ago.
The Gers will be hoping that they can find a club willing to sign the player and not resort to giving him a free transfer, as his contract doesn’t run out for another two years.
The sooner the Gers get the players who have no future at the club off the books the better, and director of football Mark Allen will be working very hard to move Herrera on from Ibrox.
In other Rangers news, the Gers are set to add a new recruit to their forward line