Rangers Winger Ianis Hagi’s Future Uncertain as Agent Admits Difficulty Finding Permanent Buyer

Ianis Hagi’s agent, Giovanni Becali, has cast doubt on the winger’s future at Rangers, admitting it will be challenging to find a permanent buyer for the Romanian international.

Hagi spent last season on loan at La Liga side Alaves and despite impressing at Euro 2024, he appears to be out of favor at Ibrox. The 25-year-old previously struggled for playing time under Michael Beale as well.

“He has a contract with Rangers,” Becali told Fanatik. “He will go there for pre-season, start training and then the decision will be made if they will loan him. He has a bigger contract. It’s hard to find a buyer. He needs continuity.”

Hagi’s hefty contract and long deal until 2026 make a permanent transfer unlikely according to Becali. Recent rumors linked Hagi with a move to Fenerbahce under Jose Mourinho, fueled by Becali’s brother Victor. However, Giovanni Becali downplayed any immediate interest.

“There is no discussion with Fenerbahce,” Becali insisted. “If there was a Romanian player at Fener, I would be called immediately. Mourinho only started (pre-season) training yesterday. I know the situation very well. If Mourinho needs a player, he would contact me. About Ianis, there were simple speculations. That doesn’t mean that if I had an offer for Ianis, I wouldn’t be interested.”

It remains to be seen where Hagi will play next season. With Rangers unlikely to offer him a permanent role, another loan spell appears to be the most likely scenario.