Rangers Super Fans react as Kenny McLean admits Ibrox transfer dream
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Rangers fans have been reacting after Norwich midfielder Kenny McLean confessed that he wants to move to Ibrox at some point in his career.
McLean, 29, was linked with joining the Light Blues last season when The Sun reported that Steven Gerrard wanted him in the January transfer window.
Of course, the Scotland midfielder failed to swap East Anglia for Glasgow but his latest comments have left the door open for a potential move at some point in his career.
Speaking recently to The Athletic, McLean said: “I’d be lying if I said it wasn’t something I’d want to do.
“As a kid that’s what you want to do, play for your boyhood team. Right now I’m about to play in the Premier League again, so I’m not thinking about it!”
McLean is a player who’s proven himself in Scotland in the past having made over 250 Premiership appearances in his career.
He’s also done well in England, helping Norwich win the Championship title last season and promotion to the Premier League.
The central-midfielder missed the European Championships this summer due to injury but also played a role in Scotland’s qualification.
We asked our panel of Rangers Super Fans whether they’d like to see McLean join the Gers this summer or at some point in the future and most fans are in favour of a move for the Norwich ace.
Here is what they had to say:
McLean scored two goals and supplied six assists from the centre of Norwich’s midfield last season as they won the English Championship title with ease.
Gerrard could do with an extra body or two in his midfield this summer and while we’d also like to see McLean sign for us, the Canaries midfielder wants a season in the Premier League so a deal is unlikely.
In other Rangers news, Simon Jordan is concerned about the Gers after what Jim White told him on talkSPORT.