Rangers Playmaker Ianis Hagi Hints at Ibrox Exit

Rangers midfielder Ianis Hagi has fueled speculation about his future by suggesting he’s looking for a “right team and manager” elsewhere. The Romanian international’s comments hint at a potential departure from Ibrox despite having two years remaining on his contract.

“My focus is on the Euros,” Hagi told reporters. “I had talks with my agents and the pressure is on them. They know what I want for my future, it’s a pretty important summer for me.”

Hagi spent last season on loan at Deportivo Alaves in La Liga following a lengthy injury layoff. However, limited playing time in Spain has cast doubt on his role in manager Philippe Clement’s plans for the upcoming season.

“I told them before going to the national team what I wanted,” Hagi continued. “I expect them to work as well as possible, to find the right team and the right manager for me. I can’t say if I’ll be at Rangers or somewhere else. My future depends on my agents.”

Hagi initially joined Rangers on a six-month loan from K.R.C. Genk in January 2020 before making the move permanent that summer. He enjoyed a successful first full season, winning both the club’s Young Player of the Year and the Scottish Premiership Playmaker of the Season award for his assist tally.

Hagi’s comments suggest a desire for regular playing time under a manager who believes in his abilities. With his contract expiring in 2026, Rangers may be open to a transfer if the right offer comes in. This summer transfer window could see Hagi embark on a new chapter in his career.