Man City and Tottenham are both monitoring Rangers midfield sensation Ianis Hagi.

Updated: Apr 16

  • Ianis Hagi, who is one of the best talents in Europe at Under-21 level, joined Scottish Premiership club Rangers on loan in January.

  • The Ibrox club have the option to sign the 21-year-old midfield maestro permanently for £4.5m this summer.

Ianis Hagi is one of the best talents in Europe at Under-21 level [Getty]

Ianis Hagi's agent has admitted he has been in talks with Premier League sides Manchester City and Tottenham about the midfielder's availability. The Genk midfield ace is currently on loan at Scottish side Rangers, who have the option to secure his services on a permanent deal. However, Hagi's agent Giovani Becali says he has held talks with City's director of football Txiki Begiristain and Spurs coach Jose Mourinho about the player's availability. "I have been asked personally by Jose Mourinho and Txiki Begiristain about Ianis Hagi," agent Giovani Becali said as the Mirror reported.


"They wanted to know about him and how he was getting on. There's a lot of top people in European football who know all about Ianis and what he can do. "I happen to think Ianis is on a good plan at Rangers. I think Rangers will sign him because he is a player who has that little extra piece of creativity and skill.


"He has many other qualities and is actually more graceful than his father ever was. He runs like a gazelle compared to him! I think he is improving all the time at Rangers. He will continue to get better if he signs for them I think."

Ianis Hagi is the son of former Real Madrid and Barcelona star Gheorghe Hagi, who is Romania's all-time leading scorer.




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