Daniel Cousin's agent has confirmed there are likely to be alternative options for the striker should his switch to Rangers collapse.
The former Hull City and Rangers frontman had agreed to return to Ibrox on a reported £7,500-a-week deal before the move hit difficulties.
The Scottish Premier League giants entered administration on Tuesday which resulted in a ten-point deduction and an embargo on signing players.
However, after admitting that Cousin was not after a big-money contract, the player's agent Willie McKay insists he would have no difficulty finding his client a move elsewhere.
"Daniel wasn't joining Rangers for the money," said McKay in the Daily Record.
"There are bigger problems facing the club at the moment than how the player is feeling. However, it won't be a problem getting him another club in England."
The future of the striker remains uncertain with the relevant documentation yet to be completed by the club and the SPL, meaning Cousin is not yet a ratified ember of the Rangers squad.
Cousin left Gabonese outfit Sapins at the end of last season making him a free agent but the ramifications of administration have put the deal in the balance.
The SPL has confirmed it will hold discussions with Rangers later in the week to settle the issue of completing the signing.