Rangers Super Fans react as Alan Hutton predicts £17million Ianis Hagi exit
This is part of a regular series from our panel of Rangers Super Fans. Each week, our Super Fans will deliver their verdicts on the biggest talking points and news stories around Ibrox. You can join in the discussion on our Rangers Insider Facebook page.
Rangers fans have been reacting after Alan Hutton predicted Ianis Hagi will be sold in January if an offer of £17million is made for him.
Hagi, 22, has often divided opinion among the Ibrox faithful but plenty seem to agree that selling him for that much would be a great piece of business for the Scottish champions.
Last month, Romanian news outlet Sport.ro reported that Italian giants Roma want to sign Hagi for £17million in January.
Ex-Gers right-back Hutton has since told Football Insider that if an offer of that amount is made for Hagi, “it’s probably a marker that Rangers would sell at”.
Hutton’s words have caused quite a stir on Facebook with our panel of Rangers Super Fans either rubbishing the rumour about Hagi or suggesting that £17million is more than enough to be happy to sell him.
Here is what they had to say:
Hagi has scored two goals and supplied two assists in 10 appearances across all competitions this season.
The former Genk attacker has had the opening few months of the campaign disrupted due to COVID-19.
However, he’s showing signs that he’s rediscovering some form with the Ibrox ace scoring for Romania in a World Cup qualifier against Germany last week.
While we like Hagi and can see that the 22-year-old shows a lot of potential, he’s struggled to take his performances to the next level and really showcase them on a consistent basis.
If an offer anywhere near £17million is made for Hagi in January – potentially even an offer of £10million – then Steven Gerrard and Ross Wilson should probably accept it.
In other Rangers news, Ally McCoist was blown away by what this Gers ace did on international duty this week.