Liam Kelly and Lee Wallace: QPR sign Scottish pair

Liam Kelly in action for Livingston
Liam Kelly has represented Scotland at under-21 level but is yet to receive a full international cap

Queens Park Rangers have signed goalkeeper Liam Kelly from Livingston for an undisclosed fee and brought in Lee Wallace on a free transfer.

Kelly, 23, featured 43 times for Livi last season before triggering a clause in his contract allowing him to leave the Scottish Premiership outfit.

Wallace, 31, joins after eight years with Scottish giants Rangers.

Kelly has agreed a four-year deal at Loftus Road, while left-back Wallace has signed a two-year contract.

R's boss Mark Warburton previously worked with Wallace at Ibrox during his time in charge of Rangers.

"Liam has great distribution and he is a very good shot-stopper," Warburton told the club website.

"Lee is a natural leader and did a fantastic job for me while I was up there."

Scotland squad keeper Kelly and Wallace are QPR's first signings since last August.

The west London club were under a transfer embargo in January after breaching Financial Fair Play regulations.

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