By Ben Wild

31st Jan, 2021 | 11:30am

'Magic', 'Superb', 'More to come' - Many Rangers fans assess ace's Ibrox career as milestone hit

Many Rangers fans have been full of praise for Ianis Hagi as the club celebrates the first anniversary of the Romanian moving to Ibrox. 

Hagi joined the Gers on loan from Genk last January and the move was made permanent following an impressive spell in Scotland.

It looks as if he is here to stay for the long haul and he has certainly played his part this season despite losing his way earlier in the campaign.

He lit up European nights at Ibrox and cemented himself as a firm fan favourite with his brilliant brace against Braga in last season’s Europa League.

This season started well for the young attacker as he picked up a couple of assists in the Europa League qualification rounds.

From then however, he was dropped and seemed to lose all confidence as he ended up playing for his country’s youth side despite being a fully-fledged international.

In recent weeks the Romanian has returned to his best as the Gers close in on the Premiership title.

In a spell over Christmas, the attacker picked up two assists and two goals in four league games as he showed that his goalscoring touch was very much still there.

Rangers celebrated this anniversary on Twitter and Gers fans rushed to praise Hagi as plenty of supporters said that he still has bags of potential.

Here is how some Rangers fans have assessed Hagi’s Ibrox career so far.

In other Rangers news, Davie Provan reckons Steven Gerrard played a significant role in the departure of Celtic CEO Peter Lawwell.