Chairman Malcolm Murray is reported to have averted another attempt to remove him from the board, although club officials could not confirm the meeting had taken place.
Murray faces possible removal at an emergency general meeting following a request from a group of shareholders earlier this month.
The Rangers board confirmed earlier this month that it would post a notice to all shareholders convening a general meeting to consider the removal of Murray and Phil Cartmell as directors and the appointment of James Easdale and Chris Morgan to the board.
Greenock-based businessman Easdale previously stated he had a "delicate" deal to buy more shares in Rangers, believed to those belonging to former chief executive Charles Green.
Morgan was one of the original investors in Green's consortium and had previous business links with the Yorkshireman.