The club won their appeal against the signings ban in the ordinary court of law on Tuesday, a situation the world governing body are unhappy with and want rectified
The Scottish FA has been told by Fifa to take action against Rangers for their decision to challenge a transfer embargo in law courts.
The SFA had banned the club from making any signings, claiming they had brought the game into disrepute, but at the Court of Session on Tuesday, a judge insisted they couldn't lawfully impose such a ban.
After Rangers' win in court Fifa is expecting the SFA to punish them for seeking a settlement in ordinary courts, but is yet to receive any word from Scotland’s governing body.
A Fifa statement read: "At the time of writing we have not received any communication from the Scottish FA.
"In such a case, Fifa will ask the member association to take action so that the club withdraws its request from the ordinary courts.
"As a general rule, in case a club is seeking redress in front of ordinary court, as mentioned above the member association shall take direct action in order to safeguard the principle laid down in art. 64 par. 2 of Fifa Statutes, which shall be, in view of art. 64 par. 3 incorporated in the Member Associations' Statutes.
"Fifa will closely monitor the situation so that the issue is resolved as fast as possible."
The possible sanctions that Rangers could face are a fine of around £100,000, ejection from the Scottish Cup, while the SFA could have their participation terminated in Fifa competition.