Rangers manager Paul Le Guen believes defender Fernando Ricksen should try to find a new club.
Fernando Ricksen has no future at Rangers
"I told him (Ricksen) that perhaps it would be better to leave and discover another context and asked him to think about it," said Le Guen.
Ricksen was sent home from Rangers' pre-season tour of South Africa following an incident on a flight.
He returned to Glasgow this week but was not permitted to train with the rest of the first team squad.
Ricksen checked into the Sporting Chance Clinic following his premature return from South Africa and underwent residential counselling for anger management.
However, it appears he has no future at Rangers, with Le Guen saying: "Perhaps it would be best for everybody", when asked if he thought Ricksen should find another club.
The 30-year-old Dutchman, who arrived at Rangers in 2000, has one year of his contract at Ibrox to run.