Lee Wallace's time at Rangers looks to be up after latest developments
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Lee Wallace's time at Rangers looks to be up after latest developments

Lee Wallace has done a lot of suffering at Rangers, in recent times.
The former club captain has 190 league appearances for the Gers, but only two of those have come this season.
He continues to be find himself out of favour. One can only surmise, but even though he and Kenny Miller won an appeal against disciplinary action last year, there seems to be continued internal ill feeling towards the fan favourite.

Miller and Wallace were involved in an alleged altercation with Graeme Murty. (Photo by Mark Runnacles/Getty Images)

After recent developments, there is surely no way back for the player.

Firstly, in the absence of Borna Barisic, Andy Halliday was preferred at to Wallace at left-back, for last weekend’s Old Firm.
Halliday was magnificent. So good, in fact, that he won the Man of the Match award, as the Ibrox faithful sung his name with gusto in the game’s closing stages.

Halliday was everywhere during Saturday’s win over Celtic. (Photo by Ian MacNicol/Getty Images)

With Barisic set to return after the winter break, surely any chance of a run of games is now gone.

Secondly, it has been reported by the Scottish Sun, that Bristol City are interested in his services.
Surely, if they want to take him this month, Rangers won’t stand in their way.

A sad end to Wallace’s career at Ibrox may be imminent. (Photo by Lynne Cameron/Getty Images)

While he isn’t in the manager’s plans, he is a drain on the wage bill. It simply wouldn’t make sense to say no if a serious offer came in.
Unfortunately, then, it could be bad news for the fans who warmly greeted his introduction away at St Johnstone last month.
We may have already seen the last of Lee Wallace, in the Rangers shirt.