Rangers have been dealt a setback with Eros Grezda picking up an injury serious enough to be walking around Tenerife on crutches.
The Ibrox club are currently out in Spain for some warm weather training during the Scottish Premiership winter break.
And they’ve been joined by their two new signings so far in the January transfer window – with Steven Davis and Jermain Defoe both flying out to Tenerife earlier this week.
But they appear to have been hit with a setback with Grezda picking up an injury in training earlier.
Pictures circling around social media this evening show the Albanian winger limping around on crutches – and that puts his availability in doubt over the next few weeks:
Not looking good atall for Grezda. Don’t know what his previous long term injury was but hope it’s not linked to the one he’s suffered. pic.twitter.com/ZTN9yW5q6y
— Watsy 🀄️ (@Watsy1872) January 10, 2019
That picture has to be a worry for Grezda, Steven Gerrard and the Rangers fans who want to see him kick on in the second half of the season.
Rangers will return to Scotland later this week before continuing preparations for next weekend’s Scottish Cup clash with Cowdenbeath.