Dragan Mladenovic has been told his Rangers career is over just six months after signing for the Ibrox club.
The Serbian international was signed by manager Alex McLeish for £1.2m (€1.7m) from Red Star Belgrade in the summer but he has been plagued by injury since then.
Now, after just six starts for Rangers, he has been told to find a new club before the end of the month.
Mladenovic‘s agent Ken Anderson claims the player wanted to stay and fight for his place at Rangers but has now been targetted by clubs in England, Germany and Russia.
He told the Daily Record: “We understand Rangers may let the player go. He has no desire to go and wanted to stay and fight for his place. He has been unlucky with injuries and feels he has a lot to show.
“But after Rangers made it clear to us he can move, we have been in talks with clubs in Germany and Russia.
“We have also had one or two English Premiership clubs asking about the size of the fee and salary. He won‘t be short of offers.”