Date: 28th May 2020 at 12:30pm
Written by: Peter Graham

Despite having their players defer wages and have members of staff on furlough, Rangers have made their first move in the transfer market by taking up the option to buy on Ianis Hagi from Genk with the fee expected to be in the region of £3million.

The Romanian scored three goals in 12 games during his initial loan spell at Ibrox and failed to prevent them dropping 11 points further behind Celtic after the winter break.

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Much has been made of their financial difficulties again this season requiring another £10m from directors to be invested just to keep the lights on which led to BBC pundit, Michael Stewart posing a few awkward questions recently.

Celtic fans took to Twitter in response to the announcement, agreeing with Stewart, as their noisy neighbours panic in their attempts to put a halt to the Hoops unprecedented domestic dominance.

Rangers have “previous” for not paying their bills and at a time when money is tight across football the only surprise is that there aren’t more pundits like Stewart questioning the deal and the finances of a club previously classed as “a going concern“.