FORMER Rangers skipper Terry Butcher claimed the Ibrox club are once again in a right mess.
The Club issued a statement on Friday night that claimed the manager, his assistant David Weir and Head of Recruitment Frank McParland had resigned.
However, Warburton, who took over as boss 20 months ago, insisted it was not the case and no-one had said they would quit.
Butcher said: “No-one really knows the actual story, but there are snippets coming out now about delegations going to the board to get the three of them out of their contracts.
“For them to go to another club and compensation being waived and an agent coming back and saying compensation not being waived and the club accepting resignations.
“It’s just and absolute shambles and just what Rangers didn’t need before a Cup-tie.
“They play Morton and the Cup is the only real route Rangers have of stopping Celtic getting the treble this season, so it’s an absolute disaster.”
Warburton and his team have approached the powerful English League Managers Association to pursue the Ibrox club for over £1million in compensation.