Rangers loan flop Carlos Pena is facing heavy criticism in Mexico after being forward in buying six cans of beer immediately after training in his club gear. The midfielder moved back to Mexico with Cruz Azul after ex-Rangers boss Pedro Caixinha recruited him on loan.
He has struggled for game time since the move and was slammed by Caixinha last week, who warned him to sit up and start performing or face a possible return to Glasgow at the end of his loan spell. However, Carlos Pena hasn’t helped himself either as he was spotted in an off-license located next to his club’s La Noria training complex after the morning training.
The player bought six cans of beer before driving off, and this action has resulted in a massive uproar from Crus Azul fans after the report spread across Mexico City.
Pena who has represented Mexico 19 times, made the move to Rangers from Liga MX side Guadalajara last summer for a transfer fee of £2.5 million. However, the attacker made a paltry 14 appearances for Rangers, scoring 5 goals in the process, but struggled to justify his fee. This resulted in his loan departure in January.