Since new Queens Park Rangers manager Mark Warburton arrived at Loftus Road, fans will have already seen some tentative summer transfer links suggesting he may well move for players he knows from former club Rangers and potentially the strongest link so far, was now Livingston goalkeeper Liam Kelly.
It seems things may well have moved quickly as this week passed as the Scottish Sun have quite confidently claimed that we have now secured Kelly and also former Rangers skipper, Lee Wallace on deals for the coming 2019/20 Championship campaign.
31-year-old left back Wallace is hugely experienced and has made well over 350 starting appearances during his career that saw him play for both Hearts and Rangers and he even boasts ten Scotland caps.
He apparently arrives as a free agent having massively fallen out of favour in recent years, despite being one player who didn’t abandon them as Rangers were forced into the bottom tier of the game.
Kelly arrives, as previously speculated, for a snip £50,000 fee.
The report claims deals in principle have been agreed, and contracts will be signed next week.
Wallace is done. Hopefully I’m wrong and can get fit with a run of games but I doubt it
— Ryder (@legendofgid) June 5, 2019
This is how I like QPR doing there business. Sod the age of Wallace! Age means nothing hes a great pro. As always said remember Derry and hill? Well done QPR. Now need couple of defenders, midfielder and two strikers
— Rangers Till I Die 86 (@rangers_86) June 5, 2019
Its not 100% confirmed but looking likely so fingers crossed ????????
— Terry Arnold (@TerryArnoldDXB) June 4, 2019
I rate him would be a good signing
— Dirk campling (@campling_07) June 4, 2019