Rangers: Marius Zaliukas latest to leave Ibrox

Marius Zaliukas shows his disappointment with Rangers
Zaliukas spent a year with Rangers

Lithuanian defender Marius Zaliukas has become the latest player to leave Rangers after being told he has no future with the Championship club.

The 31-year-old, who had a year to run of his contract, has not made a competitive first-team appearance under new manager Mark Warburton.

And a statement from the Ibrox club said the former Hearts player's departure was by mutual consent.

Zaliukas spent a year at Ibrox and made 28 competitive appearances last season.

He played his final match at Ibrox in a pre-season friendly with Burnley.

Having started his career with Kaunas, Zaliukas made his name in Scotland captaining Hearts, helping the Edinburgh side win the Scottish Cup in 2012.

His departure follows fellow defender Darren McGregor, who left the Glasgow club on similar terms on Monday and subsequently joined Championship rivals Hibernian.