Rangers are currently on their warm-weather training camp, however, it does not appear things have gone without concerns.
With the Ibrox outfit looking to challenge Old Firm rivals Celtic for the Scottish Premiership title, Steven Gerrard will want to have his squad fully fit and ready for the second half of the campaign.
However, it appears that one of his summer additions could be about to spend some time on the sidelines.
Twitter account Rangers Culture have posted a photo of Eros Grezda on crutches and in a protective boot whilst in Tenerife.
Grezda on crutches in Tenerife. pic.twitter.com/gODWujqqXB
— Rangers Culture (@RangersCulture) January 10, 2019
The Albania international, who arrived from Osijek shortly before the transfer deadline, has struggled to make a real impact, although he did start his career at Ibrox with an ankle injury.
Although he has struggled to make a significant impact, Grezda’s injury could potentially come as a huge blow to Gerrard and Rangers’ plans.
The Gers will want to continue their challenge to end Celtic’s dominance at the top of Scottish football and the 23-year-old would likely play a role in their efforts.
However, it remains to be seen how serious his latest setback is and the crutches and protective boot could just be a precautionary measure the Light Blues have decided to take.
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