Italian Media Claim Lazio Have Made Contact with Ianis Hagi Over €6M Transfer

Italian Media Claim Lazio Have Made Contact with Ianis Hagi Over €6M Transfer

Rangers face a battle with Serie A giants Lazio in their bid to keep Ianis Hagi on a permanent basis, according to reports coming from Italy this afternoon.

Hagi arrived at Ibrox on-loan from Belgian side Genk on the final day of the January transfer window and has already cemented himself as an automatic starter in Steven Gerrard’s first-team squad.

Hagi has already scored three goals in a light blue shirt, including the winner against Hibs in the Premiership and a crucial double against Braga in the last-32 of the Europa League, leading to praise from the Gers fanbase.

But, if Gerrard is going to keep his man beyond the end of the current campaign, he’ll need to see off a €6 million approach from Lazio.

According to Il Corriere dello Sport, as per the Sun, Lazio’s money men have already been in touch with the Hagi camp in regards to a summer move to Rome, with Hagi having played for Fiorentina previously in his career.

It seems pretty likely that in order to keep Hagi permanently, Rangers will need to fork out a similar fee to the one spent on Ryan Kent – but can you see that happening?

Let us know in the comments section below…

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