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Rangers tipped to complete permanent deal for Ianis Hagi

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Rangers tipped to complete permanent deal for Ianis Hagi

Rangers have been tipped to complete the permanent signing of impressive attacker Ianis Hagi from Genk this summer as the Romanian continues to shine on loan – by former Gers defender Dorin Goian.

Hagi, 21, joined Rangers in the January transfer window on a loan-to-buy deal from Genk and the Daily Record claims the winger can be signed for £4.5million. It remains to be seen if the summer window will go ahead as scheduled.


Despite Rangers’ poor form since the winter break, Hagi – son of footballing legend Gheorge – has been a shining light as has fellow January recruit Florian Kamberi. Supporters are desperate for Hagi to be signed on a permanent basis.

Goian, who shares the same nationality with Romania international Hagi, reckons Rangers will sign the young attacker and stated that the seven-figure fee would be easily afforded by The Gers.

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“I’m really happy for Ianis and I glad he’s easily adapted to playing for Rangers,” Goian told the Record. “Rangers needed a player like Ianis. Scottish football is based on strength and commitment, but you need someone who can make a difference.

“I know Rangers and their financial potential very well. I can tell you if they are satisfied with him – and I think they are – it certainly won’t be a problem for them to pay the money to Genk to sign Ianis.”

TBR’s view – An absolute no-brainer for Rangers to sign Hagi

Hagi would be a stunning signing for Rangers and it would make absolute sense for the Gers to make a deal permanent. Doubts about Hagi proving too lightweight have been thrown aside with his performances in a light blue shirt.

Given his age and his instant impact in both the league and in the Europa League, the previously agreed £4.5million is a bargain and one that Rangers simply have to take.

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