Aberdeen boss provides transfer update on reported Norwich City target Kenny McLean

Scotland international and Aberdeen midfielder Kenny McLean is a reported Norwich transfer target. P

Scotland international and Aberdeen midfielder Kenny McLean is a reported Norwich transfer target. Picture: Andrew Milligan PA Wire/PA Images - Credit: PA Wire/PA Images

Aberdeen chief Derek McInnes insists there has been no official approach for rumoured Norwich City target Kenny McLean.

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The Scottish international midfielder has been touted with a £500,000 move to Carrow Road in the Scottish media but the Dons' boss confirmed on Friday morning McLean's immediate future is at Pittodrie.

The 26-year-old is expected to feature against one of his old club's, St Mirren, on Saturday in a Scottish FA Cup fourth round tie.

'There been nothing official re: Kenny so I can't really comment further at this moment,' said McInnes, when questioned at his pre-match press call.

The Scottish Sun claimed Daniel Farke is a huge admirer of the 26-year-old, after positive reports from City's scouting network.


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McLean is out of contract at the end of this season and indicated he is not interested in signing a new Dons' deal.

McLean was the subject of a reported £300,000 offer last summer from Rangers and the Ibrox giants were widely expected to land McLean on a free at the end of the current campaign.

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The powerful midfielder has been a hit at Pittodrie since joining from St Mirren in 2015 for a reported £175,000 and played alongside James Maddison last season during a successful loan stint for the Norwich starlet.

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