Ianis Hagi has a strange update for Rangers fans

Ianis Hagi has a strange update for Rangers fans
MOTHERWELL, SCOTLAND - JANUARY 17: Ianis Hagi of Rangers arrives at the stadium prior to the Ladbrokes Scottish Premiership match between Motherwell and Rangers at Fir Park on January 17, 2021 in Motherwell, Scotland. Sporting stadiums around Scotland remain under strict restrictions due to the Coronavirus Pandemic as Government social distancing laws prohibit fans inside venues resulting in games being played behind closed doors. (Photo by Ian MacNicol/Getty Images)

Ianis Hagi’s curious comments recently asking everyone to calm down over his injury seemed a bit odd to us, with the Romanian playmaker releasing a statement trying to allay fears over his recovery.

Fears which don’t really seem to be there.

Hagi suffered a bad injury at the start of this year, and had major surgery, ruling him out till the end of the year, start of next. But the former Genk attacker said this on the situation:

“I’m fine, I’ve seen a lot of talk in these almost 9 months. Many gave their opinion where it was not known. My injury was very clear from the first comment about it I posted. It is an injury with a recovery period of 9-12 months. It was not a problem to come back earlier. There was a lot of talk, but there was no truth. I’m fine, it’s not been 9 months since the operation. I’m on the right track. It’s a long-term operation, there are also moments when you stagnate, it’s part of the recovery. You have to accept it.”

Given the injury occurred in January, no one ever expected his return much before Christmas, so we’re not too sure what he’s referring to by opinions of ignorance.

He goes on:

“I want to be in good shape at the start of the preliminaries, that’s the goal I’ve set for myself, I’m clear that’s what I’m thinking about. Also to get back to the club team, play and do as well as I can. It’s a group from which we want to and must qualify from. We have to prove it on the field.”

Nice to see Rangers get mentioned by name… and Hagi also seems insistent Rangers must qualify from our Champions League group, unless something wildly got lost there in translation, but it seems pretty clear.

We must say his comments maybe have been completely skewed in translation, because no one had any major misunderstandings about his injury aside his father making public claims he was ahead of schedule (which he appears not to be) and even more evidently Rangers aren’t exactly going to qualify from their group.

Very odd indeed.

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