Rangers winger Eros Grezda appears to have returned to full training with Rangers after providing an update on social media.
The Albanian winger is yet to be seen in a Gers shirt in 2019 after a stuttering start to his Rangers career.
But now the former NK Osijek player will be hoping the worst is behind him as he returns to the fold at Ibrox.
Eros Grezda joined Rangers from NK Osijek for a reported £2m but has struggled to find rhythm in a competitive Rangers side. The frontman is also adapting to a new league and a new country, and needs time to settle. Not to mention the injuries.
When we signed Grezda, an Albanian journalist claimed Rangers had just signed a £20m player. He obviously has something – and he’s shown that in flashes – but let’s hope we begin to see the best of him soon.
Best yet to come for Grezda?
It’s about getting up to speed for the player and he could well have a hand in any of the big matches ahead domestically. It’d be great if he could at least start to show signs of settling this season. An injury free start to next season could well be like having a new player. And a good one at that.
He has been out the action at Ibrox since being pictured on crutches at Rangers winter training camp in Tenerife. His last game for Rangers was the 2-1 win away to St. Johnstone in December.
The winger – who has nine caps for Albania – has only made 14 appearances for Rangers, scoring twice. Both came against Motherwell in a 7-1 win at Ibrox November.