Rangers have huge decision to make on international midfielder after reported English interest
Graeme Murty and the Rangers board could have a huge decision to make this month, as Norwich are reportedly set to offer Aberdeen £500,000 for Aberdeen midfielder Kenny McLean, according to the Scottish Sun.
The player has been on the Gers’ radar and they tried to sign the player in the summer, but their offer of £300,000 was turned down by the Dons.
With his contract running out soon, the Norwich transfer would be a great bit of business by the Dons to get that much money for a player who can leave for free in the summer.
The Gers have will have to decide if make a bid for the player, or move on to other midfield targets.
Perhaps they hope that McLean will turn down the English Championship side in order to join his childhood heroes.
£500,000 does seem a lot of money for a player who is out of contract, which shows how desperate English club Norwich must be to get the deal done, and there must be worries that the Gers do not currently have the funds to match that offer.
Two-times Scotland international McLean has scored four goals this season for an Aberdeen side currently in a battle for second place with Rangers in the Scottish Premiership table.
In other Rangers news, Leeds are reportedly interested in signing Josh Windass
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