Rangers defender Dorin Goian has turned down a big-money move to China despite seeing his wages cut at Ibrox, according to his agent.
Gers' players recently accepted pay cuts of up to 75 per cent for the rest of the season to prevent mass redundancies at the financially-stricken club, who entered administration last month.
Romania international Goian was among them having arrived at Ibrox from Palermo last summer.
The 31-year-old's brother, Lucian Goian, signed a lucrative deal at Chinese club Tianjin Teda in January.
But Goian's agent, Florin Manea, claims the Rangers stopper has spurned a similar offer which would have seen his wages doubled.
Manea told the Daily Record: "Dorin received an offer from a club in China that would have doubled the wages he received at Rangers.
"They would have paid him £1.5million a year but he decided not to go because he likes it at Ibrox."