Ianis Hagi’s future at Rangers looks uncertain and if an acceptable offer comes in you would think that Michael Beale will be quick to accept.

The 24-year old playmaker has been a peripheral figure this season and an impressive cameo against Morton aside, he hasn’t been seen with Beale suggesting discussions about his future have taken place already.

Too good to be on the bench, Ianis Hagi is a saleable asset and the Rangers number seven is said to be in “preliminary talks” over a move to Trabzonspor, according to Karadeniz Gazetesi of A Spor.

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Ianis Hagi eyed for Rangers transfer exit

It is well known that Hagi was born in Turkey when his dad Gheorghe was starring for Galatasaray.

Super Lig clubs at that time had a strong reputation in Europe and they have been investing heavily again this year to climb back up the coefficient rankings.

Rangers reportedly paid £4m for Ianis Hagi and if a similar fee is received then a deal will probably be done.

After a year out injured, expecting anything more is highly unlikely.

He still has the potential to be a top class player though.

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With 26 caps for Romania and 31 appearances in European football he is experienced at the top level for his age.

He is multi-lingual and has played football in Italy, Romania, Belgium and Scotland and can play in a variety of roles.

Ianis Hagi looks in great shape, is – in his own words – as fit as he has ever been, and he probably could play a part for Rangers throughout the season especially if there are any injuries.

However, with a week of the transfer window left to go, it looks like he isn’t going to get the chance.

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