Rangers manager Steven Gerrard is set to hold crunch talks with Eros Grezda over his future at the club, according to a report published by Football Scotland.
The report added that Grezda’s agent Ives Cakarun revealed that his client will travel to Glasgow next week following the end of Albania’s international fixtures in order to hold talks about his future.
The 24-year-old was a bit part player for the Gers this season as he went on to play in 13 League games, scoring two goals and recording one assist. The Albanian joined the club last summer from Osijek and has not really become an important member of the first-team.
His only two goals for the club came during the 7-1 thrashing of Motherwell in November.
Rangers need to do some serious thinking this summer. While they were largely improved as compared to previous seasons, they were not really a threat to Celtic who claimed the domestic treble for a third consecutive season.
The Gers need to bolster their squad this summer if they want to finally break Celtic’s domination of Scottish football next season. It would make perfect sense for them to offload Grezda and bring in a new player who can seriously challenge for a place in the first-team.
Grezda does not look like he will be in contention to be a first-team regular for the Gers while Gerrard is managing the club. The club should offload him and bring in someone who is more stronger technically.