Rangers captain Lee Wallace looks set to leave the Ibrox giants with a huge black mark against his name with reports claiming he is set to be suspended by the Ibrox giants after a furious row with manager Graeme Murty following Sunday’s 4-0 Old Firm thrashing by Celtic.
According to the Scottish Sun, Wallace and Kenny Miller will probably both have their Gers careers brought to an end after a confrontation with the manager in the wake of the Hampden capitulation – and the Gers skipper should be embarrassed with the way he has acted this season.
Wallace has now found himself falling foul of Murty and Pedro Caixinha this season, like Miller, and it simply isn’t acceptable from anyone at Ibrox, never mind from the club captain.
The 30-year-old has been at Ibrox for seven years now and is well aware of the standards expected of senior professionals and Wallace has fallen well short of that this term.
With rumours abound that Wallace has been refusing to play in recent weeks after recovering from injury, it appears the former Hearts star is working his ticket to get out of Ibrox at the first opportunity.
After not kicking a ball since September – as well as earning more in a week than some of the entire starting XI of teams he has lined-up against in the last five years – Wallace could be in for a massive shock to the system when he finds a distinct lack of clubs willing to offer even half of what he earns at Ibrox.