STEVEN Gerrard has urged Eduardo Herrera’s agents to find their client another club and stressed the Mexican striker has no future at Rangers.

Herrera, who the Ibrox club signed for £1.5 million back in 2017, this week revealed he would be returning to Glasgow after his loan deal with Necaxa in his homeland ended.

But Gerrard has no intention of using the 31-year-old, who scored just twice during his time in Scotland, in the second half of the season.

“I have no plans to integrate him into the squad,” he said. “If he comes back, or when he comes back, I can’t give you an answer on that.

“But what I’d advise is that his agents and representatives work ever so hard to him his next move in football because it won’t be at Rangers."

Gerrard also confirmed talks were ongoing with Andy King, the Leicester City midfielder who has made just five first team appearances since joining Rangers on loan in August, about whether he will remain at Ibrox in the second half of the 2019/20 campaign.

“We’ll make a decision in the coming days with Leicester and his reps and we’ll respect Andy and do what’s best for him,” he said.

“We’re in talks now with Leicester and his reps to find the best solution. He has obviously been frustrated with his game time here, which we respect.

“He has been the ultimate professional and has gone above and beyond in this dressing room in terms of how he has approached it and gone about it.

“He has fallen victim of the form of (Glen) Kamara, (Ryan) Jack, (Scott) Arfield, (Steven) Davis.

"I haven’t been able to give him the game time he would have liked but I made it pretty clear to Andy when he came it would be tough and a challenge for him to get any opportunity so it was one we were both keen to explore to see how it would work out.”