‘Destined for greatness’ – Hagi can hit it big

It is never easy to dwell in the shadow of a celebrity dad, simply request Jordi Cruyff, Charlie Sheringham, Paul Dalglish or an entire slew of different players with legendary footballers for the parents.

However, a new breed of next creation prodigies is in the town, who do not appear to be daunted by wearing an iconic title to the back of their shirts.

As yet, the 21-year-old has been not able to break through at one of Europe’s highest groups, with just handled two Serie A substitute looks while in Fiorentina out of 2016-2018.

Some might see that as a black mark against Hagi’s title, but it does not tell the entire story of a participant who’s still growing and has achieved a fantastic deal in a comparatively young age.

The midfielder has won ten complete caps to the Romanian national team and starred to their Under-21s since the Tricolorii attained the UEFA European Under-21s Championship semi-finals in 2019.

Romania’s Liga I might not be the strongest branch, but Hagi’s performances made him a second bite at the cherry in western Europe following his early battles in Italy, with Genk in Belgium later a documented $8million move, before linking Rangers on loan at January.

There was a sense in certain quarters that this movement to Steven Gerrard’s side was a break or make transport for your child. Fail in Scotland and it’s pretty apparent that you are not likely to make the quality in a superior league, but triumph and the chance to join a club high up the food chain will soon be on the cards.

Suffice to state the bet has paid off to the Istanbul indigenous. Hagi has attracted to life at the SPFL lifetime a duck to his outstanding screens for Rangers have allegedly captured the attention of continental giants Real Madrid and Lazio.

It’s easy to see why a goal scored record of 0.33 per 90 in most contests is a healthful output signal for an attacking midfielder which has mostly operated behind frontman Alfredo Morelos, or sometimes out wide on the side.

he Gers have been in real trouble having an hour of the leg, trailing 2-0 in the home. However, Hagi’s reduced left-footed push and deflected free-kick helped turn the tie around and secure a 3-2 success.

It is not only the goals of the course, or both aids Hagi has led. The blend of speed, agility and specialized ability he’s shown at Ibrox has made the playmaker the lovers’ favorite at the blue half of Glasgow.

Supporters will be hoping that the team make the most of a plan to make the deal permanent for 4.3million — supposing the Romanian wishes to stay in Scotland.
“I think Italy are a league that suits him,” he explained.

I understand he’s had a charm there in Fiorentina. I think he’s more powerful both technically and tactically. Lazio are a fantastic move .”

“In my view, Lazio could be an excellent move for him and one that will hold lots of charm,” he clarified.

“Simone Inzaghi is one of the top coaches in Europe when it comes to enhancing the players under their bill. He’d have the capability to form a wonderful venture with Luis Alberto, but Inzaghi could harness his versatility to use him almost all functions, in midfield and in the attack.”

The top flight seems to have become the great finishing school for Hagi and yet another season at Ibrox certainly could not hurt his development. But only time will tell just how much longer he will stay in Glasgow.

The dream of emulating his dad’s heritage remains on the titles for Romania’s brightest talent, that might be back in the big leagues earlier than later.