Rangers are set to pocket £3m from the sale of Ibrox star who’s currently on loan

Rangers are set to pocket £3m from the sale of Ibrox star who’s currently on loan

Rangers are set to pocket £3m from the sale of Ibrox star who’s currently on loan

Ianis Hagi, who came on as a substitute for Alavés against Villarreal, had little time to make an impression.

The playmaker played only four minutes in the 1-1 La Liga draw,

his second substitute appearance in six league games for the mid-table Spanish club.

Ianis Hagi came off the bench in last weekend’s 3-1 loss to Barcelona, raising hopes that he had turned a corner at Alavés this season.

However, the Romanian’s faltering record of only two La Liga starts since early November – and only six overall this season

shows little signs of ending, with Rangers already beginning to look ahead.

Ianis Hagi is struggling for Alavés minutes.

Hagi joined Alavés on loan with no option to buy in the summer, and the Rangers loanee has had an average season in Spain.

Ianis Hagi scored twice in a Copa Del Rey victory against lowly Deportivo Murcia,

but he is still without a league goal for Alavés and is running out of time to make an impact in La Liga.

With the playmaker set to return to Ibrox at the conclusion of the season,

having only recently signed a new contract with Rangers, there are serious doubts that Alavés will sign him.

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Rangers, too, seem to have moved on, and it’ll be interesting to see how the next few months and summer  go for the popular 25-year-old.

With Romania qualifying for Euro 2024, Ianis Hagi’s tenure at Rangers appears to be coming to an end.

Rangers future hangs in the balance.

When the loan move to Alavés was confirmed, the Gers playmaker appeared to say his final goodbyes at Ibrox.

Rumours of a possible recall were also put to rest,

with Rangers apparently failing to secure an early release from their loan agreement with the La Liga club.

Rangers, too, have taken a different approach, with Mohamed Diomande joining a tough midfield,

while Todd Cantwell, Tom Lawrence, and Kieran Dowell give stiff challenge for Ianis Hagi.

After suffering a severe cruciate ligament injury in 2022, the Romanian was dissatisfied with the competition last summer.

Throw in the fact that Fabio Silva, the Wolves loanee who has been linked with a longer term in Glasgow,

has donned the number 7 jersey, and it appears like Ianis Hagi has already played his final game for the club.

But with his time at Alavés not going as planned right now,

who knows what the future holds for a man once tabbed for the pinnacle of the beautiful game.

Ianis Hagi joined Rangers from RC Genk on a reported £3 million deal in 2021, having initially joined on loan.

The playmaker went on to make 99 appearances at  Ibrox.

We very much doubt he’ll ever get the chance to make it 100.

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