Rangers announced that all clubs would be handed a corner section of Ibrox next season amid "unprecedented levels of support" from their own fans, resulting in Celtic's allocation being cut from more than 7,000 to around 900.
More than 40,000 fans have sent in their season ticket renewals to the club, with the Glasgow side selling just over 45,000 season tickets in total for the 2017/18 season.
And Rangers have now confirmed the demand for briefs will lead to a change in the number of seats visiting fans will receive.
A club statement read: "We have already received an enormous number of requests in advance of the close of the renewal date and we have had to consider carefully how best to accommodate these supporters in light of the record renewals".
"A further announcement on the final new ticket allocation will shortly be made available on the club's website".
A club statement said tickets for the Broomloan Stand would now be offered for sale to new season ticket holders.
"This means all visiting fans will now be situated in the corner between the Broomloan and Sandy Jardine Stands".
"Our supporters will always come first and as many of them as practically possible must be accommodated".
'An unfortunate outcome of putting our supporters first is that this increased demand negatively impacts on the number of tickets which will be allocated to visiting teams.
Terry now looks likely to leave Villa this summer, and Rangers supporters believe that they could be in the running to snap up the centre-back.
If Rangers are to close the gap on Celtic next season then they are going to need to strengthen in all areas, and it would seem as though the Ibrox staff think that Isherwood is an upgrade on what they already have. Neither club mentioned each other by name.