With Glasgow Rangers experiencing such a disappointing second half of the season, manager Steven Gerrard decided to bring in a few extra players in the January window.
The Gers boss opted for 21-year-old creative midfielder Ianis Hagi from Gent and Hibs forward Florian Kamberi, who moved to Ibrox in exchange for Greg Docherty.
The new Rangers pair have certainly been accepted by the supporters as good additions to the squad and have seemingly been given pass marks with Gerrard.
Hagi is a Romania international with 10 games under his belt and Kamberi represented Switzerland’s U21’s, and is now in Albania’s squad.
Rangers have a £4.2 million agreement to buy Hagi after his loan deal expires, but has he done enough to convince Gerrard to go for it?
On June 2018, Hibs signed Kamberi on a three-year-deal, meaning that the striker only has until June 2021 on his current contract.
Hibs fans were livid when Kamberi told the Gers fans that it was a dream to move to Ibrox.
ibroxnoise.co.uk ran a recent poll to see if the fans wanted one or both of the players to sign a permanent contract at Rangers.
A whopping 72% of the fans wanted both players to be signed, after showing enough ability and commitment to Gerrard and Rangers.
Only 14% of the responses didn’t want Gerrard to sign either player.
The duo look like quality acquisitions, given how well they’ve started their Rangers careers.
I must admit that the players have impressed me since signing, and if the price is not too excessive, then Gerrard probably will sign them.
The majority voted to secure both creative and attack-minded players, which has been sadly lacking at Ibrox from certain stars out of form.
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