Agent claims Rangers have signed Ianis Hagi permanently

    Glasgow Rangers have signed Ianis Hagi on a permanent offer. The Ibrox club have protected his signature by paying ₤ 4m.

    According to Romanian super-agent Giovani Becali, the Gers have settled the transfer of Hagi who impressed for the Ibrox club because participating in January.

    The boy of former Real Madrid and Barcelona star Gheorghe Hagi joined Rangers on loan in January. He rapidly made a strong impression, and as a result, Steven Gerrard’s side have made clear their intent of purchasing him permanently from Genk.

    Becali has actually hailed Rangers as an ‘extraordinary’ club, including they are the‘Juventus of Scotland’ He has actually validated that Hagi has currently signed for Rangers, although there has actually not been any official verification made by the Glasgow club.

    Last month reports emerged that Premier League clubs– Tottenham Hotspur and Manchester City– are keeping tabs on Hagi.

    The Sunday Post declared that Rangers would be wanting to sign the 21- year-old for ₤ 4.5 million this summer.

    After that, the Gers would sell him to the highest bidder with a fee of around ₤ 9 million being mooted.

    Nevertheless, Becali has actually hinted that Hagi will remain in Scotland for the next couple of years. He confessed that there was a concern that Rangers may not sign him.

    Hagi is an extremely gifted young forward and Rangers have made the right decision to sign him permanently.

    He stated, as priced quote by the Daily Record: “Ianis has simply signed for among the most crucial clubs in Europe. The offer is total.

    ” I would explain Rangers as the Juventus of Scotland. I comprehend totally why Ianis has actually selected to sign for them.

    ” They are a remarkableclub The most crucial thing is that Rangers have performed their option to buy him and he now has comfort about his future for the next couple of years.

    ” He has actually done very well at Rangers, however there was constantly the concern that they would not wish 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.”

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