Date: 23rd July 2013 at 1:54pm
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Hull City striker Aaron McLean has been training with Barnsley this week as the reds look to add another striker to their ranks before the start of the season.

Hull boss Bruce has said that McLean can leave the club if the right offer comes in. Blackpool and Sheffield Wednesday are also interested in the 30 year old.

McLean has only managed 9 goals in 78 appearances for Hull but earned a move to the KC after bagging 67 goals in 148 games for Peterborough.

Whispers from Oakwell suggest that two players could be signed this week. One could be Spanish trialist Lopez and the other could be McLean or Chopra.

There is little chance of both McLean and Chopra coming in due to the financial implications it would have on the club and also reds boss David Flitcroft believes that one is enough to complement the current set of strikers that he has.

 

6 Replies to “McLean Trains With Barnsley”

  • seeing as weve just signed a centre half, does that mean one more from the trialist, chopra and mcclean? whos your money on?

  • One from Chopra & McLean maybe the trialist to be third signing. If he fails with Chopra & McLean then he will still be looking for another striker.

  • yes I agree, he will need a big wage as well if he’s gambled away as much as they reckon.

  • Lot’s of slot machines and casinos in Blackpool. Seriously though I would have liked to see him back but knew we wouldn’t have the money.

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