Rangers are assured of constructing Ianis Hagi their first summer season signing – and handing him a prolonged-timeframe contract.

Romanian agent Giovani Becali has claimed the deal has been finalised at £4million and hailed the Ibrox giants as an “unheard of” membership.

There became no confirmation yet from Rangers but the membership are well positioned to land the attacking midfielder, 21, beefy time after he joined on closing date day in January on a mortgage-to-safe deal.

Ibrox sources maintain told Soccer Insider that the membership are very hopeful of finalising remove of Hagi on a prolonged-timeframe deal within the impending weeks.

The termination of the SPL season on Monday paved the capacity for Rangers to divulge six stars will lumber away when their contracts cease on 31 Can also.

In addition to as, Liverpool loanee Sheyi Ojo is additionally heading for the exit door, as first published by Soccer Insider.

Ojo’s fellow loanee Hagi has completed powerful more to convince Steven Gerrard and the recruitment team he can kind a mammoth kind going forwards.

Rangers announced in January an “uncommon” risk to signal the rising critical particular person permanently from Genk when his mortgage expires in June.

Becali has claimed, as reported by the List, that “Rangers maintain completed their risk to settle him and he now has peace of thoughts about his future for the next couple of years.”.

The son of Romania all-time mountainous Gheorghe Hagi has already had some magic moments for the Gers and showed glimpses of his big doable.

His performances against Braga and Hibernian especially stood out and Gerrard made him the principle different for the scenario legal-flank characteristic sooner than the lockdown.

The 10-times Romania worldwide moved to Genk final summer season from Viitorul in his place of starting up, managed by his father.

In other Rangers files, it would possibly also be REVEALED the duty the membership face to signal lifelong Ger who Kris Boyd claims can quit Celtic a hit next season’s title.

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