Rangers don’t have a deal in place to sign Florian Kamberi from Hibs in the summer.
The striker made the switch from Easter Road to Ibrox in January with midfielder Greg Docherty coming the other way.
According to The Athletic, there is no option to buy clause in place for either player.
Both have made a positive impact at their new clubs since signing. Kamberi led the line for Rangers as they defeated Braga to reach the Europa League last-16, while he scored his first goal for the club in a 2-2 draw with St Johnstone at the weekend.
The 24-year-old, who was offered to Dundee United prior to arriving at Hibs, was reportedly a target for Steven Gerrard weeks in advance of the move being completed.
Kamberi angered Hibs fans with comments on the day of his signing, stating that he had dreamed of playing for Rangers.
Meanwhile, Docherty has been hugely influential for Jack Ross since being brought in. He has acted as the fulcrum in midfield and already has two goals and three assists.
The Easter Road faithful would be keen to see him remain, but it is reported that a permanent deal would be difficult with the 23-year-old preferring a move to England if he was to leave Ibrox in the summer. He still has two years left of his Rangers contract to run.