Albania manager Edoardo Reja has hammered Rangers flop Eros Grezda for withdrawing from his country’s squad for the Euro 2020 qualifiers and told the winger to take “responsibility” for his actions.
Grezda withdrew from the squad with the Albanian FA citing personal problems as the reason behind it – only for Grezda to claim he was injured and that was the reason for his withdrawal.
“Eros has made his decision and it’s clear he’s got some problems going on,”
“But they both chose to stay with the camp and tried to show me what they could do. They impressed me.
“I ended up using both of them and they made a big difference. They stayed because they have Albania in their heart.
“Grezda is wrong on this matter. He needs to start taking responsibility for his actions.”
Grezda’s Rangers future doesn’t look great after the Albanian failed to impress following his summer move from NK Osijek.
Reports have claimed the Gers are prepared to let him leave this summer and it wouldn’t be a surprise if he wasn’t seen in a Rangers shirt again.
With the arrival of Jake Hastie, Greg Stewart and Jordan Jones this summer, the Gers aren’t short of options in wide areas, clearing the way for Grezda to move on before the transfer window closes.