Kane Hemmings is to leave Rangers at the end of his contract, after the club decided not to offer the forward a new deal.
The English-born 21-year-old will be free to find himself a new club at the end of the month, bringing to an end a two-year stint at Ibrox.
Hemmings arrived at Rangers in 2011 from Tamworth, but his time in Glasgow was plagued by injury and he made just eight league appearances for the club.
However, he spent a highly fruitful two-month loan spell with Cowdenbeath earlier this season, scoring four goals and helping the Fife club retain their First Division status.
Rangers decided against offering him a new deal and the player is believed to favour a return back to England to continue his career.
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