‘Not Better Than What We Have’ ‘Might Make The Bench’ Rangers Fans Not On Board With Gerrard’s Plan To Sign 28 Year Old

‘Not Better Than What We Have’ ‘Might Make The Bench’ Rangers Fans Not On Board With Gerrard’s Plan To Sign 28 Year Old

Rangers manager Steven Gerrard is interested in signing Norwich midfielder Kenny McLean,  according to reports in the Scottish media.

The Light Blues boss was after the 28-year-old in the summer but the Canaries were not prepared to sell. However, it appears that could change in January.

McLean spent a couple of years at Rangers’ academy over a decade ago but, despite his previous association with the club, fans on Twitter are not sure that the Scottish international has the quality to play for the Bears:


One theory going around is that McLean is being lined up as a potential successor to Steven Davis. The Northern Irishman is 35 years of age and he will turn 36 in just six weeks time but there has been talk that the midfielder’s contract could be renewed for another year.

Were Davis to leave when his current deal expires next summer, though, McLean could be seen as his replacement, although supporters would certainly need some convincing that he is the right man.

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