Eros Grezda has stated that he feels he has signed for Glasgow Rangers at the right time of his career.
The 23-year-old is an Albania international winger who has become the 14th signing of Steven Gerrard’s Gers recruits.
Grezda has played six games for Albania and is a former team-mate of Rangers defender Borna Barisic, who was his captain at Osijek.
The new boy has said he is proud to have joined the ‘Gers and he cannot wait to play for his Glasgow club.
Winger Grezda is always described as a tricky dribbler, fast, direct and skillful on the ball. He will do well at Ibrox, because he’s had success with every team so far.
He signed from Croatian side NK Osijek to Rangers in a four-year deal. He excitedly revealed that he is delighted to have joined the Light Blues and termed the experience, “a dream come true”.
“It’s an incredible experience for me. Really I dreamed like a child to play at a big club with big fans and it could not be better for me now I’m here. I really can’t wait to start playing in front of the fans,” he told the Rangers official website.
“I think it’s the right time for me, at 23-years-old, to move to such a good league and to a big club like Rangers.
“This is a really big step forward in my career. I can’t wait to start playing in official matches with fans. Really I can’t wait for that.”
Rangers centre-back Nikola Katic has told Eros Grezda that he loves life at Ibrox and it’s an honour to play in front of their loud backing supporters – especially for all the home matches.
No wonder Grezda is looking forward to his debut game.