Frozen-out Rangers star Eros Grezda looked to have no future at Ibrox after a poor attitude in his first season at Ibrox was coupled with a spitting shame with the Colts against Ballymena United [Scottish Sun].

The Albanian international was considered surplus to requirements after only one season in Glasgow and demoted to the development squad.

But to the winger’s credit, he has not complained, worked hard with the Colts and stole the show with a double as Rangers beat Solihull Moors on penalties after a 3-3 draw.

Now, it would be ludicrous to suggest that following a one-off showing, Eros Grezda can come back from the brink at Ibrox.

But it’s not the first time he’s impressed for the development side.

If Grezda can continue to work hard with the Colts and for Graeme Murty, then there may well be a conversation to be had.

Even if it’s with clubs who’re interested in signing the player.

Eros Grezda is a bit of a villainous figure at Ibrox – but is there a way back for the Albanian? (Photo by Ian MacNicol/Getty Images)

Despite everything that’s gone on with Grezda, it hasn’t stopped Rangers fans giving a recall a thought. Even if some are being sarcastic.

Others just wanted to recognise his contribution against Solihull.

Albanian international Eros Grezda, 24, signed a four-year deal at Ibrox last season after joining the club for a reported Β£2m from NK Osijek.

Do you think he deserves a second chance at Ibrox?

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