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Rangers winger Peter Lovenkrands has insisted that he wants to remain at Ibrox.
The Danish attacker has struggled this season to get regular action, with injuries not helping him along the way.
His agent is due to meet with Gers hierarchy to discuss his future, with him saying that other clubs would be interested.
Hearts are set to make a decision on John Robertson's future this weekend.
Robertson's position at Tynecastle is being reviewed by major shareholder Vladimir Romanov.
The club were expected to make a decision on Friday, but the Edinburgh outfit have delayed any announcement until after Saturday's clash with Rangers.
Rangers have joined the chase for Roma defender Traianos Dellas, who will be available on a free transfer in the summer.
The Greece international is likely to be one of the most coveted Bosmans in Europe as he appears unable to reach an agreement for a new deal at Roma.
Dellas has spent the past three seasons in the Eternal City but has not been a regular this term, despite Greece's European Championship triumph last summer.
Kilmarnock have released Craig Dargo after five years service at the Edinburgh outfit.
The former Raith Rovers man has been released as part of the club's restructuring plans for next season.
Dargo moved to Rugby Park in 2000, although his impact has been restricted due to a string of injuries.
Hearts are believed to be pondering a move for Lithuanian international Marius Stankevicius.
The Tynecastle outfit currently have several Lithuanians on their books and majority shareholder Vladimir Romanov is looking to bring in more of his countrymen.
Romanov is thought to have sounded Stankevicius out about a move to Edinburgh.
Dragan Mladenovic is to return to Rangers after Real Sociedad opted against signing him on a permanent basis.
The 29-year-old Serbo-Montengerin midfielder joined the Basque outfit on loan in February and Sociedad had the option to retain his services for a fee of €1 million at the end of that spell.
However, Mladenovic - who made 12 appearances during his time in Spain - failed to do enough to convince Sociedad to keep him on.