With Dave King stepping down from Rangers, there’s a bit of uncertainty regarding what will happen this summer in the transfer market at Ibrox.
One of the key moves the club could have made was to keep Ianis Hagi at the club after the Romania international showed a lot of promise in his first few performances while on loan from KRC Genk.
However, with a big question mark on funding, there is now hope in certain members of the Italian this could mean a return to Italy for the youngster.
Corriere dello Sport reported over the weekend that Hagi, once owned by Fiorentina, ‘dreams of wearing the Lazio shirt’, and a return to Genk could start the process of him potentially landing in Rome.
There have been a number of rumours floating around that Simone Inzaghi’s side are keen on the Rangers loanee, but the newspaper play them down a bit.
That doesn’t mean there isn’t interest, but they aren’t pushing for a transfer just yet, with Corriere simply stating ‘Lazio are thinking about it’.
At a relatively low price, he could be a good little transfer for the Italians, and if he does indeed dream of wearing their shirt, it would make things much easier.
As for Rangers and a potential stay at Ibrox for the youngster, that all depends on Steven Gerrard and the amount of funding he’ll have at his disposal once the season has ended and the transfer window opens.