Former Rangers captain Lee Wallace looks to have ended his eight-year association with the Light Blues after yesterday’s season finale against Kilmarnock.
Wallace’s wife posted an emotional message on Twitter confirming the left-back would be leaving the Gers as she also paid tribute to the former Hearts star.

9th September 2017, Ibrox Park, Glasgow, Scotland; Scottish Premier League football, Rangers versus Dundee; Rangers Lee Wallace and Dundees Roarie Deacon
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The defender has endured an injury-hit couple of years and has barely featured in the side, with only three appearances to his name this season, and will now look for a new club in the summer.
Wallace joined the Gers in 2011 from the Jambos and was one of only a few senior players to remain at Ibrox after the club was demoted to the Third Division in 2012.

GLASGOW, SCOTLAND - AUGUST 06: Lee Wallace of Rangers during the Ladbrokes Scottish Premiership match between Rangers and Hamilton Academical at Ibrox Stadium on August 6, 2016 in Glasgow, Scotland.
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After helping Rangers climb back up through the leagues, it’s disappointing to see Wallace depart without a Scottish Premiership winners medal after such service to the club.
With the squad now breaking up to go on holiday ahead of the new season, Wallace’s time at the club has effectively come to an end, a few weeks short of his contract formally ending.

As he prepares for like elsewhere, tributes came in from fans and colleagues alike – with one fan saying they were 2sad to see him go.”
First, a handful of Academy players paid tribute to the departing former skipper:

Before some Rangers fans joined in and praised Wallace for his eight years at Ibrox:

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