Scottish Premiership outfit, Rangers, have been very busy in the summer in order to beef up their arsenal. After what transpired last season, it is hard not to agree that the Gers have miles to catch in order to lock horns in a proper fashion with their arch rivals, Celtic, who won the domestic treble and even after completing as many as nine signings, Pedro Caixinha is still far from being a satisfied man.
Rangers crashed out of the Europa League following a 2-0 defeat to Luxembourg minnows, Progres Niederkorn, despite winning the first leg by a 1-0 score line at home.
The former Al-Gharafa boss is already under intense criticism and animosity from the fans as well as the media owing to such a catastrophic outcome which tells us that some of the screws are yet to be tightened. Caixinha is undoubtedly very keen to acquire his targets before the next season kicks off to ensure they hit the ground up and running from the very start.
If the latest reports are to be believed, the Light Blues are still in pursuit of luring Aberdeen midfielder Kenny McLean to the Ibrox Stadium, and at the onset, it must be stated that this deal could be a huge one for the Glasgow based outfit.
Having emerged through the youth ranks of Rangers and St Mirren, McLean was elevated to the senior side of the latter from where the journey commenced. He soon found recognition after proving himself during his loan spell to Arbroath and there was no looking back ever since.
The 25-year-old has been in the books of the Dons since 2015 and has been a very instrumental figure for them. McLean is tall, well-built and toils relentlessly throughout the pitch.
His versatility of plying his trade in the centre of the midfield as well as down the left as well as his undeniable attacking instincts makes him an appealing prospect. Besides, he is an excellent passer and backs the striker by jotting runs to and beyond him.
Last season, McLean accumulated 35 Scottish Premiership appearances for his club, having scored 4 goals in the process and his spell at the Pittodrie Stadium has seen him draw quite a lot of attention. Offensively, the Teddy Bears looked quite blunt in the offensive sector and if they manage to sign someone of McLean’s calibre, they can do see their stature getting enhanced to a substantial extent in the upcoming campaign.
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