Two French clubs are interested in signing Rangers winger Eros Grezda, according to reports in the Scottish media.
Dijon and Stade Brestois play in France’s top flight and both are said to be keen on taking the Albanian international off Gers manager Steven Gerrard’s hands.
Grezda was recruited for £2m from NK Osijek last year but struggled during his first season at the club, scoring two goals and providing just one assist in 17 appearances.
All in all, the 24-year-old made just seven starts, and he has not been included in any of the Gers’ preseason friendlies or the start of the club’s Europa League campaign.
Grezda has pretty much been frozen out at Ibrox but, so far, no club have made a concrete bid for the Albanian.
It is expected that Rangers will have to take a hit on the amount they paid for the player last summer, and it remains to be seen how much either Dijon or Brest are willing to offer.