Rangers have confirmed they will look elsewhere for new signings after talks with Chris Eagles collapsed.
The SPL champions had agreed a fee with Burnley for the 24-year-old winger but the transfer fell through over personal terms.
Ibrox chief Martin Bain has confirmed that Eagles' wage demands meant that the club could not continue with the deal.
"We agreed a fee with Burnley for winger Chris Eagles and he visited Ibrox and Murray Park," said Bain.
"But his wage demands were such that they would not be met by the club.
"It is disappointing we were not able to agree personal terms with the player, who received a good offer, and we will now look elsewhere.
"I have stated already that we recognise the squad requires fresh faces but the transfer window closes in August and we will take our time to decide on the best way of utilising the resources we have."