Glasgow Rangers fans, including me, are surprised that recent signing Eros Grezda is deemed not fit enough to be included for the Scotland v Albania game at Hampden Park.
The ‘Gers fans wanted to witness his talent before he played for the Light Blues. All the reviews about the player are fabulous and believed to be absolutely true.
The Albanian manager and local journalists claim that Rangers could have a real gem on their books, and Grezda should become a huge success at Ibrox.
Albanian journalist Ermal Kuka has recently stated that the winger recruited from Croatian club Osijek on deadline day for a reputed £2.7million has the potential to make the Scottish giants a massive profit.
How much will an English Premier club pay for a top versatile internationalist winger / forward?
If the Rangers signing is half as good as Grezda is supposed to be over the next two years at the Glasgow club, he will indeed make the Ibrox club a healthy profit.
Grezda is currently back with Rangers background staff to assess his present fitness and was sent home from the Albania national squad.
He was expected to be fit enough to play against Scotland at Hampden on Monday, and the Rangers fans are worried about his ankle injury and how long he will now be out for.