The 29-year-old defender is a key man for the Ibrox side but is now free to sign a pre-contract elsewhere as he enters the final six months of his deal.
Rangers are preparing a renewed effort to tie down Connor Goldson on a new deal.
But the Premiership champions will also make plans for the possibility he will leave for nothing in the summer.
Protracted negotiations between the 29-year-old’s camp and Ibrox bosses have yet to yield an agreement.
Goldson remains a big player under new boss Giovanni van Bronckhorst and Rangers are not looking to cash in this month, despite the player being free to sign a pre-contract elsewhere as he enters the final six months of his deal.
The Ibrox hierarchy remain relaxed about the situation.
They want and hope that a breakthrough can be made in the current contract situation but the priority remains trying to retain the title and the automatic jackpot of Champions League qualification that comes with it.
Van Bronckhorst is also looking at potential long-term replacements with Hearts defender John Souttar under consideration.
The Scotland star is also set to become a free agent in the summer.