Hagi, son of legendary play-maker Gheorghe, has been on-loan at Ibrox from Belgian side Genk since the January transfer window, and has impressed the Gers faithful with his skilful displays, particularly in the 3-2 victory over Portuguese side Braga in the Europa League.
Rangers reportedly have the option to sign Hagi on a permanent basis in the summer but it seems the 21-year-old might have other suitors, according to Giovanni Becali, who is the brother of Steaua Bucharest owner Gigi Becali, and a well respected agent in his homeland.
Apparently, the cash-rich giants from the English Premier League have been casting a watchful eye over Hagi, with Jose Mourinho taking a personal interest.
Speaking via Romanian outlet Gazeta Sporturilor, Becali said: “I have been asked personally by Jose Mourinho and Txiki Begiristain about Ianis Hagi.
“They wanted to know about him and how he was getting on.
“So 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.”
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