Gheorghe Hagi has backed his son Ianis to hit the identical lofty heights the Rangers star was reaching earlier than he suffered his devastating knee damage.
The Ibrox ace faces being dominated out for so long as 9 months after rupturing a cruciate ligament in Gers’ Scottish Cup stroll towards Stirling again in January.
It was initially anticipated the Romanian ace could be sidelined till the summer time however Ibrox boss Gio van Bronckhorst admitted he will not be seen again in motion till after subsequent season is underway.
That’s a serious blow to 23-year-old however his dad Gheorghe has been impressed by his boy’s resolve and willpower to combat his approach again to health with Rangers.
The former Barcelona and Real Madrid ace, who was in Glasgow over the weekend to participate in a legends sport marking Gers’ a hundred and fiftieth anniversary, mentioned after returning house to Romania: “Ianis is ok, he appears good mentally, he’s recovering every single day.
“He has accepted every part and now he works exhausting every single day to progress.
“I noticed him in Glasgow wanting very properly, I hope he recovers as quickly as potential.
“He had an damage, it was a critical one, however he’s sturdy and he accepted it. He is working to get again to the best way he was earlier than, which was a great interval for him “