The Albanian winger seemed set to leave Ibrox after his agent confirmed last week that a departure was looking on the cards [The Record].
Grezda, who set Rangers back some £2 million last summer [The Record], has flopped in Scotland but he is rumoured to have interested some clubs in France.
The Gers boss has confirmed that the light Blues have received offers, but claims that they're unacceptable and that the 24-year-old is only a 'maybe' to leave the club.
"We've had some loan approaches but at the moment the numbers don't suit the club," he told The Scottish Sun. "He's got two or three loan opportunities that are brewing. It's a maybe as we sit here right now."
It's in everyone's best interest if Grezda leaves, if only on loan.
Rangers would prefer to get him off the books completely and make a chunk of their money back because, well, he's finished at Ibrox, even if he's still on payroll technically.
Gerrard has much better wide options available to him and from Grezda's perspective, he won't play so why not leave? He scored just the two goals for Rangers last season, both of which came in the same game.
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