Rangers manager Walter Smith wants Kenny Miller's future resolved as soon as possible.
Miller looked set to join Birmingham on Friday after the Scottish champions accepted a bid, but Italian side Fiorentina then also confirmed an interest.
Smith says the 31-year-old striker, who was left out of the Gers' squad for Monday night's Scottish Cup win over Kilmarnock, is in talks with both clubs.
The manager admits Miller's future is in his own hands, but has urged a swift decision from his 22-goal top scorer.
"He's currently in negotiations with two clubs and we don't know what the outcome of those talks are going to be so we just have to wait and see," Smith said.
"We don't know whether he's going to leave or not. It's a difficult situation to comment on because we don't know what's going to happen.
"Hopefully we will find out shortly. I didn't think it was the right thing for him to be involved in tonight's game with so much going on around him. Hopefully that situation can be clarified within the next couple of days."
Asked whether Miller's departure would affect Rangers' title hopes, Smith replied: "There is no use commenting on things that haven't happened yet.
"We don't actually know what the situation is going to be so there is no use talking about something that might not happen."
Miller is out of contract at the end of the season so could even opt for a lucrative pre-contract agreement with another club this month, allowing him to stay with Rangers for the rest of the season while knowing he has a free transfer set up the summer.
"That would be a difficult issue for anybody, including the player, but we are not the only club facing that," Smith added.
"It's an awkward situation for everyone concerned."