|Birth Day:||May 25, 1983|
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He spent his youth career with Leyton Orient from 1998 until 1999.
Born in Hammersmith, London, McLean attended Robert Clack School in Dagenham. He started his career with the Leyton Orient youth system in 1998. He then played for Aldershot Town.
He then played for Grays Athletic before joining League Two side, Peterborough on loan, on 31 October 2006. McLean then joined Peterborough permanently, for £150,000, when the transfer window opened on 1 January 2007.
McLean had a written transfer request accepted by Peterborough in December 2009.
On 30 December 2010, it was confirmed on the official website that McLean would transfer to Hull City at the start of the January 2011 transfer window. He made his debut in the New Year's Day game with Leicester City coming on as a first-half substitute to replace Jamie Devitt. On 5 February 2011, in the Humber derby against Scunthorpe United, he got his first two goals for Hull.
He scored his first goal of the 2011–12 season, on 10 September, against his old club, Peterborough United at London Road Stadium. On 22 October 2011 against Watford at the KC Stadium, Liam Rosenior's first low ball was blocked, but he made sure he got a second chance to cross and McLean was on hand to fire home his first goal at the KC Stadium. On 29 October 2011 against Nottingham Forest at the City Ground, a ball over the top sent Mclean racing away from his marker and he kept his cool to smash home a shot into the bottom corner from 10 yards. On 7 December 2011 against Birmingham City at the KC Stadium, a Birmingham attack was broken up and Corry Evans played the ball to Robert Koren in the centre circle. Koren waited patiently before sliding a perfect ball inside the Birmingham left back for McLean, who advanced to the edge of the box before beating Boaz Myhill with a low shot inside the near post.
On 11 August 2012, McLean scored Hull's first competitive goal of the season against Rotherham United at the KC Stadium in the League Cup. In January 2013, he joined Ipswich Town on loan for the remainder of the season. Upon arrival McLean made negative remarks about Ipswich town centre, a reaction which disappointed the leader of the local council.
He made his Premier League debut as a late substitute in a 1–0 loss to Tottenham Hotspur on 27 October 2013. McLean then joined Championship club Birmingham City on 21 November 2013, on loan until 1 January 2014. He made his debut two days later, as a second-half substitute as Birmingham drew with Blackpool, and then scored both goals as the club's development squad beat their Newcastle United counterparts in the U21 Premier League Cup. When it came to light that McLean had been ineligible, having played for his parent club in an earlier round, Birmingham withdrew from the competition. He made seven first-team appearances, mainly as a substitute, without scoring, before missing the last two games of his loan spell with a hamstring injury.
Upon his return to Hull he scored his first goal of the season against Middlesbrough in the FA Cup on 4 January 2014.
On 16 January 2014 McLean signed a two-and-a-half-year deal with League One club Bradford City for an undisclosed fee. He made his debut on 18 January in a 2–2 draw away at Sheffield United. On 18 November 2014, McLean rejoined Peterborough United on loan until January 2015. He was released by Bradford in June 2015.
McLean joined Barnet on a short-term deal on 19 August 2015. He played 22 times for the Bees in all competitions, scoring five goals, before leaving the club on 14 January 2016.
McLean joined Ebbsfleet United on a free transfer on 14 January 2016. He became striker coach at the club for the 2017–18 season and retired from playing at the end of the season.
Aaron's older brother became famed singer McLean, and his uncle was the popular musician Bitty McLean.
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