Although Amad scored within five minutes of his debut for Rangers in a stellar first impression, he failed to win a starting spot under manager Giovanni van Bronckhorst. Amad played just 500 minutes at Rangers and made just four starts.
However, the loan has given Amad experience of being around a first-team environment and he was named on the bench as Rangers lost on penalties to Frankfurt in the Europa League earlier this month, before he started in the Scottish Cup final.
Amad was brought off after 60 minutes in that match and Rangers eventually went on to win the fixture in extra time. There has been speculation that Amad could return to Rangers on loan, but the youngster said his goodbyes to the club on Saturday.
"Thanks guys it was a pleasure to be part of your beautiful trip...wish you all the best," Amad wrote.
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