West Ham have agreed a transfer fee with Liverpool over the permanent transfer of Andy Carroll.
West Ham have confirmed the free-transfer signing of Romanian full-back Razvan Rat on an initial one-year deal.
Ross Perry has indicated he fully intends to see out his Rangers contract, whether players are free to walk away from Ibrox this summer or not.
Preferred bidder Bill Miller's plan if he gains control of Rangers is to create an incubator company while Duff and Phelps aim to take the club out of administration via a CVA.
PFA Scotland chief executive Fraser Wishart said last month he believed players may be able to quit for nothing under a 'newco' scenario.
It is a situation boss Ally McCoist is seeking urgent clarification on and Perry is also unsure of players' rights under such circumstances.
Speaking after Saturday's goalless draw against Motherwell in the Clydesdale Bank Premier League, the defender said: "I've heard a few things and people seem to be contradicting each other.
"But I've got three years left on my contract and fully expect to be here."
Sasa Papac revealed on Friday he will leave after six years when his contract expires at the end of the season.
And it was put to Perry that some others may now have played their last game at Ibrox, amid ongoing uncertainty over the club's future.
He said: "I'm not sure. Everyone is in their own position and some of the boys are out of contract and would be leaving anyway.
"I personally just need to concentrate on myself and I'm looking forward to coming back and enjoying next season at Rangers."
He added: "Sasa will be a huge miss to the squad.
"He has been a real presence over the last five or six years and he will be sadly missed.
"A couple of others might have to go elsewhere but that's just part and parcel of football."
Perry hopes Rangers have taken a step in the right direction on their road to recovery after administrators named American trucking tycoon Miller preferred bidder on Thursday.
The 22-year-old said: "It's been a testing time of late but thankfully we can see a light at the end of the tunnel.
"Hopefully things can get resolved and we will be able to come back next season and everything will be normal again.
"It's been unsettling but we just need to concentrate on our football and things will hopefully work out for the best."
Rangers were forced to settle for a point from their final home game of the season.
Perry said: "It was tough. The schedule has been a bit hectic over the last week or so.
"The boys also had a game on Wednesday night and maybe struggled to get going a little bit.
"Motherwell have got their third place secured so there wasn't a great deal to play for.
"We need to fulfil our fixtures but as a spectacle it wasn't great."
Well boss Stuart McCall was satisfied with the result having suffered heavy defeats in their last two visits to Ibrox.
He said: "We wanted to give a better account of ourselves than we did when we lost 6-0 and 3-0.
"I thought we were decent enough and had two or three good opportunities."