By Wayne Veysey

Rangers want to sell Eros Grezda but are demanding that clubs pay their £2million asking price, Football Insider understands.

Football Insider revealed last week that the Glasgow giants were ready to listen to offers for the Albania international this summer, just a year after his move from Croatian side Osijek.

Grezda’s representative Ives Cakarun told Press Association Sport yesterday that the player will not be meeting up with his Ibrox team-mates at their pre-season training camp next week.

Behind the scenes, Rangers are actively looking to find a player for the winger following his wretched debut campaign.

Ibrox sources have told Football Insider the club want to recoup the fee they paid Osijek for him 12 months ago.

They believe they are well placed to do so as the unsettled wide man is a 12-times Albania international who has three years remaining on his contract and a solid reputation across Europe.

Grezda scored just two goals – both of which came in a 7-1 hammering of Motherwell – last season among 17 appearances as he failed to live up to his billing.

A series of niggling injuries disrupted his availability, he has not settled in Glasgow and there are question marks about his ability to cope with the Glasgow spotlight.

In other Rangers news, it can be REVEALED that another attacker is set to join the club after agreeing personal terms with the Light Blues.