According to Fanatik, Rangers midfielder Ianis Hagi has been placed on the club’s transfer list and may potentially make a historic move to Galatasaray in Turkey.
Rangers make Ianis Hagi transfer decision at Ibrox in new update

According to the Turkish publication, Galatasaray was interested in bringing the 25-year-old back to the team where his father, Gheorge, rose to become one of the top players in Europe. Hagi had reportedly been placed on the Ibrox sales list prior to the summer transfer season.

Since Michael Beale sent Hagi out on loan to La Liga team Alaves at the beginning of the season, Hagi has not made an appearance for the current manager, Philippe Clement.

Clement has informed Galatasaray of his upcoming availability, although it is reported that he does not see the Romanian playmaker as part of his future plans for the upcoming campaign.

When Hagi joined Rangers permanently that summer following a brief loan from Genk, the team seemed to have found a diamond. Under Steven Gerrard, Hagi quickly established himself as a regular.

It’s reasonable to assume that since then, he has stagnated. His combinations with Ryan Kent, Alfredo Morelos, and Kemar Roofe helped end Celtic’s reign of dominance and win the Scottish Premiership in 2021.

Hagi has made fewer appearances every season as time goes on; this year, he only made two appearances in the Champions League and Scottish League Cup, respectively, before being loaned to Alaves.

Hagi is rumored to have underperformed in La Liga, so a transfer to Galatasaray, where his father is still highly regarded, would be exactly what the 25-year-old needs to turn around his flagging career.

In any case, Hagi’s tenure at Ibrox seems all but ended as part of a massive squad revamp under Clement, who may be able to raise money for much-needed replacements if Hagi is able to attract a respectable sum from the Turkish Super League winners.

In other Rangers news, a recent Utrecht transfer update indicates that the Light Blues will “make their money back” on Sam Lammers.

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