Estranged Rangers winger Eros Grezda has left the club after a tumultuous spell at Ibrox stadium, according to the Daily Record.
The Albanian attacker has become the second Gers player to depart Glasgow in the January window after Andy King’s return to Leicester.
The report states Grezda has left Rangers and returned to former club NK Osijek, where he signed from for £2 million after making just 17 appearances in a year and a half.
Grezda has not played for Rangers since April 2019 and will be more than happy to return to the Croatian outfit.
Grezda’s time at Ibrox was ill-fated from the start with the 24-year-old having to wait until September after signing on 31 August 2018 to make his first appearance after an injury problem.
Rangers manager Steven Gerrard criticised his attitude after a spitting incident whilst playing for the Rangers U21 side in September last year and said that he would not play for the club again.
The winger scored just two goals during his time in Scotland, both of them in a 7-1 victory against Motherwell.
He was a part of the trio along with Kyle Lafferty and Borna Barisic that was substituted in a friendly against Liverpool U23s after going 4-0 down at half-time.
Lafferty was also sold in the summer while Barisic has managed to revive his career under Gerrard.
The departure of Grezda is a powerful statement by the manager who is building something special at Rangers .
Gerrard has done a commendable job this season with Rangers just two points behind Celtic in the race for the Scottish Premiership.
Despite the report, Rangers are yet to confirm Grezda’s departure on their official website or social media.
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