Lee Wallace has rarely featured for Rangers under Steven Gerrard this season.
The left-back has fallen sharply down the pecking order at the Light Blues, despite having once been the captain at Ibrox.
However, it appears as though he could have the chance to save his career with a potential switch across the border.
Wallace is thought to be one of the Robins main priorities this January and Rangers could be prepared to shift him on.
The full-back came into trouble with the club last season following their defeat to Old Firm rivals Celtic in the Scottish Cup and has since featured just twice for Gerrard.
Wallace’s career at Rangers appears to be on the wall and a move away from Ibrox could be the best thing for him to get back to playing regular football.
The 31-year-old joined the Light Blues in 2011 when Ally McCoist signed him for a fee of £1.53million from Heart of Midlothian, per Transfermarkt.
With Gerrard keen to add more faces to his side, he could be prepared to wave goodbye to Wallace and free up finances for any possible future deals.
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