As reported by BBC Sport, Mclean was released by mutual consent after just over a year with the club, where he scored six goals in 33 league games.
He spent last season on loan at Peterborough United, where he made 18 appearances and scored the solitary goal.
Despite the exit of Darren Ferguson, who brought Mclean to the club, it’s now being said that the 32-year-old will not return to the Posh.
Mclean never really felt at home at Bradford. He was initially signed to replace outgoing Nakhi Wells, and was put on the highest wage bill which reflected the club’s belief in his ability.
But, with a year still to run on his contract, he looks destined to join up with Peterborough, an influential club in his playing career.
As reported by the Telegraph and Argus, Mclean remains a fans favourite at London Road, and could return imminently in a player/coaching role.