UEFA have drawn up alternative scenarios that could help complete Rangers’ Europa League campaign.
European football’s governing body still plan to restart the tournament, plus the Champions League, in August.
Rangers have still to play the second leg of their last 16 clash in Germany against Bayer Leverkusen.
The 3-1 first leg defeat at Ibrox was the last game played in Scotland before the coronavirus shutdown.
European football’s governing body have optimistically indicated the Bay Arena game will be played on August 6 and the rest of the Europa League will be completed by the end of that month.
But UEFA ‘s director of national associations, Zoran Lakovic, said: “The plan is still to resume the European competitions as soon as the national championships have been completed, but be assured we have alternative plans in case of complications.
“We are monitoring the health situation in Europe, which UEFA is perfectly aware of and we have a series of scenarios on how to continue the Champions League and the Europa League.
“That’s still valid and a scenario we are working on. We hope that this hypothesis will not change, but if it does, we have some alternatives ready. The goal is to complete the season.”