Rangers boss Ally McCoist and his players are set to have talks with club's administrators on Thursday afternoon.
Staff at the fallen Glasgow giants have been assured there will be "no immediate cuts in the playing staff" by Duff and Phelps who took control of the Scottish champions on Tuesday.
But with the club facing an unpaid tax bill of around £9million they promise there will be a review of all staff in due course with cuts looking likely.
Although joint administrator Paul Clark will hold talks with McCoist and his squad on Thursday, a spokesman stressed there would be "no immediate cuts in the playing staff".
He said: "Paul will be outlining the administration process.
"There will be a review of staff, including playing staff. That will take its course."
The spokesman also said players had not been asked to play without being paid.
Meanwhile the club's administrators are scheduled to hold a news conference at 3.30pm on Thursday afternoon.