Lazio linked forward Ianis Hagi provided some hints about his future ahead of the summer transfer window.
Speaking in an interview with Romanian media outlet Prosport.ro earlier today, the 22-year-old Romanian forward first spoke about his holiday after a successful season with Rangers.
At the moment I’m on holiday, I’m sure I’ll go to the national team and then I’ll stay on holiday for a few more weeks. I’m at a great club, a club with an incredible mentality, where I can grow a lot.
He touched on his plans for the future and what he is looking for in a new club.
It will be discussed with my agents and the Rangers management. I have a clear plan for where I want to go and what I want to get out of my career.
I’m very calm, all that depends on me is being on the pitch, playing my best and the good things will come.
There are teams that are closely following my performances and those of my teammates, which shows the good season we have had.
Finally, Hagi noted how his future is in the hands of his agents.
My future is in good hands, with the agents I have now. It’s their job to take care of my future. As long as I perform at my best on the pitch, things will come by themselves.
The 22-year-old Hagi, who is contracted to Rangers until 2024, played a core role in coach Steven Gerrard’s title-winning campaign this season, with his tactical flexibility often coming in handy.
Hagi made 45 appearances across all competitions this season, for a total of 2784 minutes. In that time, he scored eight goals and provided 15 assists, playing either as an attacking midfielder or right-winger.
Spanish side Sevilla are also keen on acquiring the 22-year-old Romanian forward, providing some competition to the Biancocelesti.