Pedro Caixinha is still waiting to have his Ibrox contract honoured.
The former Ibrox boss was sacked a month ago but has so far ‘resisted’ offers to go back into management in Mexico.
Caixinha was sacked seven months into a three year contract with some form of negotitations required to settle the deal.
As soon as a manager takes anotyher job their pay out prospects diminish with Caixinha careful to avoid taking on a new job that would reduce his Ibrox pay out.
Explaining the situation to The Sun one of his agents Nuno Bapista said: “Pedro wanted to take a break after what happened at Rangers and spend some time with his family but offers have now started to come in for him and we are analysing the proposals.
“His plan initially was to stay out of football until the summer, so if he took over a new project, it would be from the beginning of the season. Let’s see what is the best option for him.
“As for a return to Mexico, I don’t want to comment on every job he gets linked with, but it’s no secret he enjoyed his time there. When there is something official, we will comment then.”
Caixinha’s spell at Ibrox was a disaster from start to finish that included three defeats from Celtic, cup exits to Motherwell and Progres Niederkorn while Aberdeen and Hibs enjoyed wins at Ibrox.