Dorin Goian is keen to remain at Rangers but his agent admits the defender will look to move on if the money troubles at Ibrox are not resolved.
Goian was among those to accept a 75 per cent pay cut once the Gers entered administration.
He took that decision in an effort to help ease the club's financial burden.
A lengthy takeover saga and disputes with the Scottish football authorities continue to rumble on in Glasgow, though, and it is unclear as to what the long-term future will hold.
Goian is among those weighing up his options, with his representative revealing that a number of clubs have expressed an interest in acquiring the Romania international's services.
"It's a case of keeping our options open," said Florin Manea.
"If Rangers don't solve their problems, we will look for another club."
Meanwhile, Rangers been offered a transfer lifeline by Spanish side Almeria regarding winger Juanma Ortiz.
Almeria are still owed £500,000 from a deal which took Ortiz to Ibrox last summer, but are prepared to waive their right to that fee if the Gers allow them to keep the 30-year-old on a permanent basis - having brought him back to his homeland on loan in January.
"It is in the hands of Almeria, my agent and Rangers," said Ortiz.