By Pete O’Rourke
Lee Wallace has undergone a Queens Park Rangers medical as he finalises his exit from Rangers, Football Insider understands.
The left-back is out of contract at Rangers this month and is set to leave on a free transfer after eight years at Ibrox.
A QPR source has told Football Insider that Wallace is expected to complete his move to England next week after the international break as they look to strengthen their squad ahead of next season.
Wallace found himself frozen out of the first-team picture at Rangers last season under Steven Gerrard after being given just 55 minutes of first-team football.
But he remains a hugely popular figure among Bears who admire the 31-year-old for remaining loyal to the club even when they dropped to Division Three following their financial problems.
QPR are in the market for a new left-back this summer following the release of Jake Bidwell at the end of last season and they have moved quickly to agree a deal with Wallace.
Manager Mark Warburton is a big admirer of Wallace having worked with the Scotland international during his time in charge of Rangers and is keen to be reunited with him.