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£9m! Hagi’s value crashes 50% in two months as Lyon join the ‘chase’

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The valuation of Ianis Hagi has crashed to ‘just’ £9m.

At the end of September Roma were being linked with a €20million bid for the Ibrox star despite failing to put in an offer during August following the Champions League KO from Malmo.

Now the fee has been halved to £9m with Lyon now keeping tabs which is sort of natural since they are in the same Europa League group as the Ibrox club.

The source of all these stories is the Romanian based Hagi Media Centre, every two months a club and fee is selected, as id a local publisher with Scottish newspapers all over it as they await the first seven figure Ibrox sale since Wigan swooped for Josh Windass in 2018.

In typical fashion the Daily Record claims:

Reports in Romania claim that Ianis Hagi is being watched by Lyon ahead of a January move.

The Rangers playmaker was linked with the likes of Lazio, Roma and Sevilla over the summer but ultimately remained at Ibrox.

However, according to Eurosport in his homeland, the 23-year-old could be set for the exit door.

The report claims the Ligue 1 giants have been monitoring the Romania cap and his performance in the Europa League win over Sparta Prague could push them to make a bid in the January window.

They state that Rangers will ask for a £9million fee for the creative midfielder.

Hagi joined Genk for £5.5m in the summer of 2019, in January 2020 he was sent on loan to Ibrox with a £3m permanent move agreed six months later.

Real Madrid, Spurs and Manchester City have since been linked with a move ‘according to sources in Romania’ despite the fact that the 23-year-old has spent most of this season on the bench at Ibrox admiring John Lundstram and Steve Davis.

CLICK HERE for Hagi’s Transfermarkt profile.

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2 comments

  • Dora says:

    When that figure is halved again and offers for the Romanian superstar come in at 4m ish, then rangers Int can make a few quid to pay off one of their many debts.
    Sevco calculator still a bit dodgy it seems!

  • Peter Cassidy says:

    The media still trying to punt the bigot super stars lard@rse from £50 million now valued from adams £6 million now haggis £20 to £9 million but real value around £3 million the media in Scotland and sky do talk and write utter rubbish regarding the rangers 2012 going by some of the values the team must be worth around £250 million but in the real world £25 million.

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