Glasgow Rangers signed Eros Grezda back in August 2018, but it is fair to say the Albania international attacker has not made the required impact at Ibrox.
At the time the Albania national team boss Christian Panucci was quoted as saying that the winger could become a £20m player in Scotland – but there have been only fleeting glimpses of the forward’s ability.
It is fair to say that it is now time that Grezda is sold, especially given that the likes of Greg Stewart, Jake Hastie and Jordan Jones have moved to Rangers this summer.
If Rangers cannot recoup a large portion of the transfer fee they paid by selling him immediately, then why not put Grezda on a one-year loan deal to see if he can hit top form – them sell him.
Teams from France, Portugal and Spain may suit his style of play much better than the rough and tumble, aggressive style of the SPFL football.
When Rangers signed him he was coming back from surgery to fix an injury and found it difficult to get 100 per cent physically and mentally fit.
In almost every game he played in Scotland, he picked up a niggling injury due to the over enthusiastic challenges from the opposition defenders.
It will be interesting to see what team wants him and from which country.
The problem for Grezda was missing pre-season training in Glasgow and Portugal with another niggle, and Gerrard reckons fitness is the main reason the player struggles.
He does have enough ability for Gerrard, but Grezda didn’t really adapt quickly at Ibrox or was ever fit enough to play to his manager’s constant pressing tactics.