Rangers are expected to listen to offers for midfielder Glen Kamara when the transfer window reopens in January, according to reports in the UK.
The Light Blues are looking to raise cash in order to provide manager Giovanni van Bronckhorst with funds to reinforce his squad.
Kamara could have left for Nice on deadline day earlier this month and there is an agreement that he will be let go in the New Year if a suitable offer is made.
It is believed that a bid in the region of £10m would be enough for the Finnish international to leave Ibrox, but there is still a level of uncertainty about whether the player will garner enough interest.
Kamara has attracted the attention of Premier League clubs over the past year or so, with Arsenal, Brighton, Bournemouth and Nottingham Forest having all scouted the midfielder, but his poor form at the beginning of this season could lead teams to withdraw from the race to sign him.