Ianis Hagi has apparently completed a £4m move to ‘one of the most important clubs in Europe’.
Since the midfield starlet moved to Ibrox on loan during the January transfer window there has been an incredible stream of good news stories about Hagi Jnr.
Just six matches into a four year contract at Genk it seems that the Belgian side are keen to ditch the 21-year-old with Eboue Koussi lined up as his replacement.
After losing the SPFL title, an EGM vote and being knocked out of the Scottish Cup by a team that was relegated, Ibrox fans are in need of some good news with the Hagi deal speculated on for a couple of weeks.
According to The Sun Romanian agent Giovani Becali said:
Ianis has just signed for one of the most important clubs in Europe. The deal is complete. I would describe Rangers as the Juventus of Scotland. I understand completely why Ianis has chosen to sign for them. They are an extraordinary club.
The most important thing is that Rangers have carried out their option to buy him and he now has peace of mind about his future for the next few years.
He has done very well at Rangers, but there was always the worry that they wouldn’t want to sign him up but I know he has a very good contract there in Glasgow and this is a really smart move for him.
There has been no comment or statement so far from Ibrox about the £4m deal.
Over the last week Andy Halliday, Jason Holt, Sheyi Ojo and Jordan Rossiter have left Ibrox without a winner’s medal to their name.