QPR are set to make a £1m bid for Aberdeen’s Kenny McLean according to a report from the Express.
McLean is one of Aberdeen’s top talents but only has one year left on his current deal which is why the Scottish side have been desperate to get him to sign a new contract. However he has turned down their offers to far, leading to fears that Aberdeen will be forced to sell him this summer to make sure they get some sort of fee for him. And with the club set to lose many of their key players such as Niall McGinn, Ryan Jack and Peter Pawlett, they are desperate to make sure McLean also doesn’t leave Pittodrie.
But other teams are sensing the weakness and are set to make approaches for McLean in the coming weeks. Rangers and Kilmarnock are both interested in signing him but they are also being joined by the Sky Bet Championship’s QPR. They are looking to add more quality players to their squad and are set to make an approach worth £1m to try and sign McLean.
McLean is set to get even more attention though in the coming weeks, most likely to Aberdeen’s dismay as they look to keep hold of him. He has been called up for the Scotland squad and could get his second cap for the national team in the most fierce of circumstances, a match against England. After that game though, McLean will have to decide where his future is going to be,