Rangers misfit Grezda set for France switch

Eros Grezda will not be joining Rangers in Portugal next week, according to the winger's agent.

Rangers winger Eros Grezda is closing in on a move to France, according to his agent.

Grezda has been frozen out by Rangers boss Steven Gerrard and has been training with the academy squad.

The Albanian winger has been linked with French duo Dijon and Brest throughout the summer and agent Ives Cakarun says the 24-year-old is close to securing a move away from Ibrox.

“We have some opportunities for Eros,” he said, as reported by the Scotsman. “Let’s see what happens over the next few days. It looks like he will be leaving the club quite soon. There are a few French clubs interested but we must wait and see who he joins.

“He wants to get his future sorted quickly. He wants to get back playing on the big level.

“It’s a pity he can’t get his chance in Glasgow but everything is okay. Rangers are being correct, we just need to wait and see.”

Grezda joined Rangers in a £2million deal from Croatia’s Osijek last summer, signing a four year contract, but failed to make an impact in Glasgow with just two goals in 17 appearances in all competitions.