The Algerian has previously made it clear that he wants to return to England for a new challenge but then came out yesterday saying he would only leave Rangers if it was right for the club.
Now Broadfoot has asked the central defender to decide what he wants to do before it unsettles the playing group.
"I get the impression that Madjid is desperate to leave Rangers," he said.
"He's had three fantastic years at Ibrox and every summer there's this kind of speculation.
"But if we are going to end up losing him for nothing next year then maybe it's best we get something for him now.
"Madjid is a top quality player and if we can keep him that can only be good for Rangers.
"But if he wants to leave there is no point in standing in his way.
"I hope he gets things sorted out soon and he makes the right decision for everyone involved.
"He's the type of guy who does what he sets out to do - he's very focused and knows how to look after himself.
"However, I hope he remembers what a great club he plays for."