Rangers could see one experienced player leave Ibrox in the January transfer window.
The media outlet conducted a feature on the members of Steven Gerrard’s squad who have their contract’s expiring next summer, however, they appear to suggest the defender will not even make it past January.
The full-back has had a tumultuous time in Glasgow recently, with him being one of two players to have been suspended and fined by the club for an incident involving then manager Graeme Murty.
Wallace managed to successfully appeal that fine, however, it believed that may go against him with some of the Light Blues’ hierarchy, which could make life difficult for the former skipper.
To make things worse, Gerrard left him out of his Europa League squad for the upcoming competition, which could suggest he could be offloaded in the winter.
The writing had already appeared to be on the wall for Wallace and his future at Rangers following the infamous bust-up.
And, with the additions that Gerrard made this summer to the full-back area, the former club captain has found himself even further down the pecking order and out of favour at Ibrox.
There were suggestions that he could have been offloaded as recently as the summer transfer window, however, a move never happened, although the time on his future at the Light Blues certainly looks to be winding down.
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