Alan Gow's agent remains hopeful the Rangers midfielder will agree personal terms with Burnley and keep alive Kyle Lafferty's Ibrox move.
Rangers have agreed a £3.25million package to sign Lafferty, with Gow set to move in the opposite direction after being offered as part of the deal.
Burnley have negotiated a 10 per cent sell-on clause with Rangers for Lafferty, who has already agreed personal terms at Ibrox.
The move has been stalled by Gow's failure to reach an agreement with Burnley, but they remain in discussion and Gow's agent Phil McTaggart is confident the deal will still go through.
"We are still in talks at the moment and nothing has been agreed yet," he said.
"Hopefully something will be sorted sooner rather than later for everyone involved."
Gow has made just two appearances for the Gers since arriving from Falkirk last summer but the 25-year-old midfielder has the chance to revive his career with Burnley.
Clarets boss Owen Coyle played alongside Gow at Airdrie and a move to Turf Moor would reunite Gow with his former team-mate.
"If everything goes right, then Burnley is a great opportunity and Alan knows that," added McTaggart.
"It's a good club, with a great manager who knows him inside out, and it could be ideal. But the personal terms have to be right."