Rangers flop Eros Grezda linked with two clubs in France's Ligue 1 - report
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Rangers flop Eros Grezda linked with two clubs in France's Ligue 1 - report

Multi-million-pound Rangers flop Eros Grezda is being chased by two sides in France’s Ligue 1, according to reports.
The Scottish Sun are claiming that French outfits Brest and Dijon are both reportedly looking at the Albanian international.
Should either side make their interest concrete, Rangers will be hoping to recoup most of the reported £2m the club spent on the player last summer.

Could we see the Rangers flop in Ligue 1 next season? (Photo by Ian MacNicol/Getty Images)

The 24-year-old has struggled to settle at Rangers and after being
left out of the club’s pre-season training camp [Daily Record], appears to be heading out of Ibrox.
It’s no secret that Rangers need to trim their squad and getting the costly Grezda out of the door may be one Steven Gerrard’s top priorities.
Grezda’s effort and application was often called into question on and off the pitch, whilst he spent much of his first season at Ibrox on the treatment table.

The right winger might have made 18 appearances for the Gers last season, but he was only named in the starting line up seven times.

Grezda has 13 caps for Albania, scoring once. (Photo by Mustafa Ozturk/Anadolu Agency/Getty Images)

Scoring twice against Motherwell in a 7-1 mauling on Remembrance Sunday last year, this was perhaps the only highlight of a tumultuous year at Ibrox.
With three years remaining on his deal Rangers will be hoping to ship the expensive flop out of Ibrox sooner rather than later.
But how much should Rangers look to sell the player for?