Rangers could make a massive profit on Ianis Hagi as Lazio prepare an eight-figure summer transfer offer, according to Glasgow Live via Pro X.

Lazio have been linked with Hagi, who joined the Gers from Genk in the summer of 2020 in a £3m deal following a successful loan spell, for some time.

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Rangers moved for Hagi following an impressive loan spell. (Photo by Ian MacNicol/Getty Images)

Since his permanent switch, he’s established himself as an important player for Steven Gerrard, often occupying the right inside forward berth.

To date this season, he’s contributed seven goals and twelve assists from 39 appearances in all competitions, while he netted his first senior goal for Romania last month in a dramatic World Cup qualifying win over North Macedonia.

Previously, reports suggested that Lazio would only be prepared to offer around £9 million for the 22-year-old [La Lazio Siamo Noi].

 

However, according to Glasgow Live via Pro X, after his recent impressive international display, they have increased their own valuation to £12m and are determined to test Rangers’ resolve.

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Rangers could make a massive profit on Ianis Hagi with Lazio reportedly very keen on the attacker. (Photo by Ian MacNicol/Getty Images)

Hagi has played in Italy before with Fiorentina, but he only made two Serie A appearances.

Lazio are currently sixth in the table and therefore in line for a Europa League spot, but they will be looking to make a late charge for the Champions League over the final months of the season.

It seems unlikely that Hagi will push for a move in the summer, though, given that he has spoken of feeling settled and content at Ibrox [RangersTV], as the club looks to embark upon a period of domestic dominance whilst also striving to make progress in UEFA competitions.

Meanwhile, a Premier League club are reportedly lining up a surprise move for a talented Ibrox defender.

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