Rangers’ Ianis Hagi is ‘often on the agenda’ of Galatasaray and the Turkish club decided to make an approach for the Romania international.

That’s according to Sporx, who say a ‘surprise transfer meeting’ between the Yellow-Reds and Steven Gerrard’s side ‘emerged’ to sign the 22-year-old.

It’s claimed Fatih Terim’s side offered €4m to the Scottish champions, but their approach was ‘rejected’ by Rangers.

The attacking midfielder, who has two goals and an assist in three matches this season, has a contract at Ibrox until 2024.

Rangers ‘want €11m’ to cut ties with Hagi and have ‘conveyed’ to Galatasaray they have rejected proposals worth €7m from Sevilla and Lazio for the former Genk man.

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Clearly, Gerrard’s side have found the Süper Lig side’s offer to be inferior, especially when compared to the proposals made by Lazio and Sevilla.

Gheorghe Hagi, the father of Rangers attacker played under Terim’s orders at Galatasaray, and the 67-year-old would have an opportunity to manage Ianis, if he ends up moving to Istanbul.

It’s not made clear if that’ll happen anytime soon because Sporx doesn’t specify whether or not Galatasaray will return with an improved offer to sign the Rangers player.