Scottish Premiership side, Rangers have announced that Super Eagles defender, Leon Balogun is set to depart from the club following the expiration of his contract.
The 33 year old has had relatively reduced game time this season after Giovanni Van Bronckhorst’s emergence as coach.
Balogun leaves the club after two years at Ibrox winning the league title two seasons ago with Steven Gerrard as coach and winning the Scottish Cup last season.
He also reached the Europa Cup final losing to Eintracht Frankfurt of Germany.
Goalkeeper Andy Firth is also leaving the Gers this summer after joining the club in 2019.
Rangers made the announcement on their Twitter handle.
“Rangers can today confirm that @Leon Balogun and @andyfirth1996 will depart the club following the expiration of their contracts. Everyone at the club wishes Leon and Andy well for the next move in their career,” the Tweet read.
Rangers subsequently put up a Tweet celebrating Balogun with a video highlighting his key moments at the club.
“Forever Blue @LeonBalogn leaves a a Ranger with everyone at Ibrox wishing him well for the next move in his career,” the club Tweeted.
Balogun scored two goals from 37 games played for Rangers last season.
Rangers finished second in the Scottish Premiership with 89 points from 38 games.
By Toju Sote
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