Rangers manager Ally McCoist is mulling over making fresh bids for Roland Juhasz and Wesley Verhoek.
Gers have seen bids for the pair rejected, although the players have stated they want moves to Ibrox.
Anderlecht have rejected two bids for Juhasz while ADO Den Haag knocked back the club's initial move for Verhoek.
"It's not over," McCoist said of Juhasz. "We had a secondary bid knocked back by Anderlecht and it's something we'll have to discuss to see whether we go back in or not.
"We put a bid in about 48 hours ago which was knocked back but we will be having discussions to see what we do there.
"I wouldn't really like to discuss the complete financial terms but I don't think we are a million miles away."
McCoist added on Verhoek: "There was a bid that went in about eight days ago to Den Haag and that was knocked back. It's not something we are ruling out but, again, it's something we have to talk about."