The Daily Mail reports that Rangers are closing in on a second loan deal for Liverpool winger, Ryan Kent.
Unsurprisingly, that’s gone down extremely well with Bears.
Kent was a standout performer last season and his return would significantly strengthen Steven Gerrard’s options in wide areas.
However, this is surely less positive news for one of the permanent signings from last summer.
Injury held him back at times and he wasn’t able to recapture the form he showed at his former club.
Consequently, he turned out just three times after the winter break. Kent and Daniel Candeias kept him out of the team and the likes of Glenn Middleton were often preferred on the bench.
Grezda’s prospects of featuring next season continue to worsen, too. He is capable of playing on either flank which is helpful, but the club has already strengthened on both sides.
Things were already bleak, but if Kent returns too, it’s surely the end of the road.
The 22-year-old is a guaranteed starter, meaning one wide berth is already filled. In that case, Grezda would be battling it out with four or five others just to get the odd start.
It’s unlikely he’ll want to risk his international spot with Albania by idly running down his contract at Ibrox.
There’s already been talk of the player scheduling discussions about his future [Scottish Sun], and it looks increasingly unlikely he’ll be at Rangers next season.