Rangers winger Ianis Hagi has agreed a deal to join Italian Serie A club AS Roma when the transfer window reopens this summer. This is according to the report emanating from his native Romania. It was revealed that new Roma boss Jose Mourinho has been impressed with the player’s performances for Rangers and has decided to splash the cash on him.

Romanian media outlets Pro TV and SPORT say that Roma are ready pay £17m for Ianis Hagi, who’s the son of Romanian football icon Gheorghe Hagi. Gheorghe Hagi is seen as the best player in the history of Romania and he was one of the stars of the 1994 FIFA World Cup tournament in the United States of America. Gheorge Hagi led Romania to the quarterfinals before they paid the penalty against Sweden. The Romanians lost on penalties after they shared a four-goal thriller with the Swedes at the end of 120 minutes. (more…)

Gheorghe Hagi’s Son Is The Greatest Scorers In Romania

Gheorghe Hagi who is known as the best-attacking midfielders not only in Romania but in Europe scored best goals in his time. The Romania star has passed on his traits to his son Ianis Hagi who is beyond the capabilities possessed by his father. The 19-year-old young star played for Romania under 21s recently against Bosnia in a qualification match. Romania successfully scored 1-0 and was given a corner in the 70th minute. Ianis Hag accepted it as he was swinging in across towards the post. However, it deceived others and it made it to the back of the net of Bosnia. This definitely called for some grand celebrations and made people talk on social media on how well he performed and he could be better than his father too.

Ian’s fan followers increased in great numbers especially after his latest performance that made people applaud with shock and excitement. People started praying for his career and wished him luck for his great career on social media. There was no doubt as far as his striking quality is concerned. However, people are unsure and confused as to who is better than whom between father and son. Ianis is currently playing for Viitorul Constanta, the First Division side of Romania run by Gheorghe.