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10th May, 2018 | 8:00am

'Nope', 'Donkey' - Rangers fans react as midfielder is due to have deal ripped up

Rangers flop Carlos Pena is about to have his loan deal at Cruz Azul ripped up ,according to manager Pedro Caixinha – and Gers fans don’t want to see the Mexican anywhere near Ibrox.

Pena joined Caixinha in Mexico City in January just six months after linking up with the Portuguese at Ibrox but has had a disastrous time back in his homeland and the former Gers boss has had enough.

“When you go against the rules, principles and values… That’s the decision with Carlos, he’s not going to stay with us,” said Caixinha, as quoted by ESPN Mexico on their official Twitter account.

Gers fans were less than impressed to hear Pena had seen his deal ripped up – with one saying he “didn’t play” for Caixina at Rangers either.

Here are some of their comments on Twitter:

Despite Caixinha’s claim that the deal has been ripped up, the Mexican can’t return to Ibrox – at the very earliest – before the transfer window re-opens on June 6th.

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Even then, unless the Mexican’s have an agreement in place with the Gers, they could be stuck paying Pena’s wages until the end of his loan deal in January 2019.

During his time at Ibrox, Pena scored five times in 14 appearances for the Light Blues but couldn’t command a regular first-team place before falling out of favour completely under Graeme Murty.

In other Rangers news, the Gers are firmly in the running to sign this Premier League enforcer who has put his £4.5million mansion up for sale ahead of summer move.

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