Hopes of a bumper transfer fee coming in for Ianis Hagi this summer can be dismissed.
The Ibrox midfielder has regularly been the subject of transfer moonbeams which usually involve a Romanian source discussing links to Spurs/Manchester City/Barcelona/Real Madrid.
Last September Roma were preparing a £17m bid which never surfaced, last week the transfer bingo switched to Galatasaray and a £6m bid.
Hagi suffered a knee injury in January and is now expected to be out of action until at least October.
Speaking to The Sun, his father Gheorghe said:
Ianis is very well, I went to the Europa League final to see him. And I will see him for longer because he is coming on holiday with us too.
He has done about 50 per cent of his recovery and still has 50 per cent of work to do. His knee is as strong as it was before and actually probably stronger than before the injury.
He’s on the right track and his rehabilitation has worked very well but it’s still going to take three or four more months for him to return. Ianis will get over this difficult moment in his career though.
In the meantime the transfer talk seems to have settled on Borna Barisic with not a sniff of interest in Alfredo Morelos, Ryan Jack, Filip Helander, Joe Aribo or Ryan Kent who are out of contract in May 2023.