Dorin Goian has vowed to remain at the 'new' Rangers whatever division they find themselves in next season.
The Glasgow giants, who as a newco will learn which division they will play in next season on Friday, have already lost a host of players after they opted not to transfer their contracts over to Charles Green's newco.
Goian, who is expected to link up with Rangers for pre-season training, has promised to remain at Ibrox despite the uncertainty surrounding the club.
"We have told manager Ally McCoist and owner Charles Green he's staying with the club," Goian's agent's Florin Manea told the Daily Record.
"We will hold more discussions when we know what league Rangers will play in next season.
"But we've communicated to Rangers he wants to stay and help the club to get promoted back to the top division.
"This week we received more offers from clubs. There has even been talk of a Romanian club trying to buy him but that won't happen.
"Dorin took a 75 per cent reduction in salary but I can confirm he was paid his full wages again in June."