Plenty of Spurs fans have reacted on Twitter after the club were linked with a move for Romanian midfielder Ianis Hagi.
Reports in the Sun claim that they are joined by Manchester City in their interest for the 21-year-old, who is the son of the football legend Gheorghe Hagi.
Hagi is currently playing his football in Glasgow for Rangers, joining on loan from Genk in the January window.
Since moving to the UK, the player has been in really good form. From his 12 games, he has managed to score three times and assist twice, including two vital goals in the Europa League as they managed to overturn a 2-0 deficit to beat Braga in the final 32 of the competition.
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The ‘Gers do have an opportunity to make the transfer permanent, too, with £4.5m said to be the agreed fee for the youngster.
However, any chance of keeping him for a long time might now be unlikely, with both City and Spurs interested in the player, according to his agent, Giovani Becali.
Lots of fans have reacted on Twitter to the link, with a pretty mixed response.
Some supporters feel as if he could be a good addition to the club, stating that if he’s half as good as his father then they will be on for a winner. Others though are more pessimistic, with one saying he wouldn’t make the U23 squad.
Here are some of the responses below…
Yes I’ll take that
— ꧁꧂ (@7Sonaldo) April 5, 2020
He is too young for Spurs now (as a player) . 2 years at Rangers, and then we will see. And the agent lies about his qualities. I would like Ianis could be half as good as his father was.
— Laurentiu S (@lauryca) April 5, 2020
Guy wouldn’t make the under 23s
— Mikey (@mikeyjambo) April 5, 2020
— coys 🇬🇧 (@SpursTeamTalk) April 6, 2020
If he’s half as good as his old man he will still be proper “baller”
— jason snell (@Jasonsnell17) April 5, 2020
Would be a decent little addition to the squad and good potential for the future
— Dan (@DanPenfold91) April 5, 2020