Kris Boyd has told Sky Sports News (Friday, 2.45pm) that he reckons Rangers have pulled off a coup in signing Ianis Hagi, and has discussed the need for a striker with Matej Vydra and Florian Kamberi linked.
Hagi, 21, has agreed a move to Rangers from KRC Genk which sees the 10-time Romania international join the club on loan until the end of the season – with The Gers boasting a permanent clause in the contract.
Meanwhile, BBC Sport claim Rangers have made approaches to sign Burnley striker Matej Vydra and Hibernian star Florian Kamberi – with Jermain Defoe bein stretchered off in the win over Ross County. Alfredo Morelos is the Gers only fit striker.
Former Rangers man Boyd stated his excitement to see youngster Hagi – son of legend Gheorge – pull on a Light Blue shirt, before underlining how important it is for Rangers to get a striker in before Scotland’s midnight deadline.
Kamberi, meanwhile, has impressed since moving to Hibs in the Scottish Premiership – but whether Jack Ross’ side would allow Kamberi to leave Hibs for Rangers remains to be seen. Both deals will be difficult.