Arnie terminated?

ARNOLD PERALTA could leave Rangers at the end of the season after just one campaign at Ibrox.

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Arnold Peralta has failed to down a regular place in the Rangers side
Arnold Peralta has failed to down a regular place in the Rangers side

The Honduran came to Glasgow last summer, but has failed to hold down a regular place in Ally McCoist's side in recent weeks after a number of poor performances.

The midfielder is set to play for his country at the World Cup in Brazil this year. In an interview in his homeland, Peralta said: "The idea is to look for another team after the World Cup … listen to offers.

"I'm already a year old here and as every player would like to continue touring countries and have more experience." He added: "It has only been in recent games I have not been involved, but I'm fine."

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