Niko Kranjcar has called it an honour to have played for Rangers after leaving the club today.
The Croatian midfielder has hardly played for the Ibrox club since signing for them at the start of last season.
Injuries obviously haven’t helped him, but poor showings in the 17 appearances he made for the club didn’t help either and Kranjcar has now had his deal mutually terminated, as announced on rangers.co.uk this afternoon.
As the contract termination was announced, Kranjcar provided comment on his time at Ibrox and was very complimentary of the club.
Per rangers.co.uk, Kranjcar said: “Myself and Rangers Football Club have come to a mutual agreement to terminate our common contract.
“It’s been an honour to have been part of such a big club and to have played for such great fans, it will always remain an honour for me.
“I wish the club success in its future while I now consider the options I have on the table.”
Kranjcar should go with the best wishes of most Rangers supporters, but they will be disappointed that the Croatian has left after making no positive impact on the pitch.
At 33, Rangers could be his last club, but it’s more likely he’ll either return to Croatia or seek another challenge in America after spending a short time with New York Cosmos before signing on at Ibrox.