Ianis Hagi has said that he “cannot wait” for Glasgow Rangers fans to be allowed back into the stadium at Ibrox.
Hagi signed permanently for the ‘Gers this summer for £3m after a spell of three goals in 12 matches whilst on loan during the second half of the previous campaign. The 54-time Scottish champions currently top the Premiership table, having won five and drawn one of their first six matches, but so far the supporters have been unable to watch the games live due to the global pandemic.
Speaking after Romania’s match against Northern Ireland, the 21-year-old said that he wants the fans back as soon as possible. He explained:
“I have missed the fans, football is much more boring without supporters.
“I really feel that in Scotland especially.
“For me, I cannot wait for the Rangers fans to return to football, because we need them. They are fantastic.”
Indeed, football is not quite the same without the supporters. Whilst the game itself is not much different, the support of the fans can make all the difference, and it also adds to the spectacle of the game.
Will Hagi be a success at Rangers?
So far, it remains unclear when fans will be allowed back into the grounds – Ibrox was said to be considered for a test event, but that will now not be the case. Hopefully, it happens sooner rather than later.
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