Glasgow Rangers star Ianis Hagi has promised that there is more to come from him following a positive start to his latest campaign at Ibrox.
Tantalising Hagi promise
At the start of the term, the Romanian international came in for some criticism from the Ibrox faithful. However, he soon showed his worth to Steven Gerrard’s side, managing to rack up one goal and seven assists in 13 games.
Speaking prior to his side’s Europa League opener against Standard Liege on Thursday, he promised that he is only just getting started. He said:
“I am now looking towards the game against Liege.
“I feel really good on the European stage because I believe my style is suited there.
“But I feel good now at Rangers. Even although I have been there for ten months I’ve only had four because of Covid.
“I am only at the beginning, that is for sure. I am still working on the chemistry with the team but I believe that with every single game I am improving. There is more to come for sure and I hope it will be even better to what has happened until now.”
Music to Gerrard’s ears
This is exactly what Gerrard will be wanting to hear from the 21-year-old. Hagi signed from Genk during the summer for £3m after scoring three goals and providing two assists whilst on loan last season – he has the potential to become one of the club’s most important players.
Will Hagi be a success at Rangers?
As with any new team, it takes a while for the chemistry with the teammates to really come together. But, having already created those seven strikes, Hagi may already be getting to grips with the demands of playing for the 54-time Scottish champions. Hopefully, he can continue to impress throughout the campaign.
In other news, this in-form Rangers star has been surprisingly picked out as Gerrard’s weak link. Let us know what you think in the comments!
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