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Norwich City midfielder ready to force his way into Daniel Farke’s plans

Kenny McLean is eager to force his way into the Norwich City side, as per a report by the Sunday Post.

The 26-year-old has only made three appearances for the Canaries as he has been out with an ankle injury. However, he is close to fighting his way back from that and played 45 minutes for Norwich’s Under-23’s against Wolfsburg on Thursday.

McLean hopes to play tonight again as the Norwich youngsters take on Sunderland.

He signed for Norwich last January but was loaned back out to Scottish Premier League side Aberdeen for the remainder of the season. He returned to Carrow Road at the end of the campaign and did pre-season with Farke’s side.

McLean, who has made five caps for the Scotland national team, started his career with spells as a youngster at Aberdeen and Rangers before he joined St Mirren in 2008.

He had a loan spell at Arbroath early on in his career before going onto play 150 games for St Mirren. Aberdeen then swooped to sign him in 2015 for a fee in the region of £300,000.

McLean was a key player for Derek McInnes’ side and made 140 appearances for them in all competitions, chipping in with 18 goals. He also played in the Europa League for the Dons and his impressive performances earned him his move to Norwich.

He will now be hoping that the move to East Anglia pays off now and he can get back into the side when he returns from injury.

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