Rangers flop Eros Grezda has failed to be selected for the Albania international team [according to their official website] for their upcoming matches with France and Iceland as his issues continue at Ibrox.

The Glasgow club forked out £2m for the former NK Osijek winger but the player has really failed to live up to the price tag – and probably always will.

Deemed surplus to requirements at Rangers, does his failure to make the national squad make it more difficult to shift him on?

Rangers’ Albanian midfielder Eros Grezda has struggled to make an impression at Ibrox. (Photo credit should read ANDY BUCHANAN/AFP/Getty Images)

It says a lot that Albania boss Christian Panucci, who once said Grezda was a £20m player in the making, hasn’t picked the player.

Whilst he might not be starring for Rangers, the 24-year-old was considered an important part of his national side.

The club has made no bones about their desire to move Grezda on, but Steven Gerrard has reiterated that Rangers are yet to receive a suitable offer for the player.

The club is clearly determined to move Grezda on permanently and recoup the majority of the £2m spent on the winger last summer.

The likes of Ligue 1 sides Brest and Dijon were previously linked with a move [Scottish Sun] for the player but so far nothing has materialised.

Grezda has 13 caps and one goal for Albania. (Photo by Manuel Queimadelos Alonso/Getty Images)

Despite putting Grezda in the shop window with the development side, a move away from Ibrox is yet to materialise.

The fact Grezda isn’t being named for selection with Albania certainly doesn’t help in that regard.

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