If Rangers want Derek McInnes to be their manager, they need to make an approach sooner rather than later so he can decide whether to go to Ibrox or not.
It might finally have dawned on Rangers that Derek McInnes is the best candidate to take over from Pedro Caixinha.
Celtic will come to Pittodrie on tomorrow night unbeaten in 60 domestic games.
Scotland’s friendly against the Netherlands at Pittodrie next month is the perfect opportunity for Aberdeen captain Graeme Shinnie to get his first cap.
Gary Mackay-Steven repaid the faith of manager Derek McInnes with a stellar display against Hibs.
Aberdeen defender Kari Arnason could return to Pittodrie this week having secured World Cup qualification with Iceland.
Adam Rooney and Stevie May proved against St Johnstone that they can forge a formidable strike partnership for Aberdeen.
The veteran-rookie partnership of Kari Arnason and Scott McKenna is looking very promising as they have registered clean sheets in both games they have played together.
The best has yet to come from an Aberdeen side sitting joint top of the Premiership table and still unbeaten in the league.
While Aberdeen’s 1-1 draw with Kilmarnock was disappointing the Dons can’t have any complaints with the result.
Keeper Joe Lewis deserves tremendous credit for his superb performance that was key to Aberdeen coming away from Murrayfield with a 0-0 draw against Hearts.
The best has yet to come from a new-look Aberdeen side that remain undefeated domestically and level on points at the top of the table with Celtic.
Aberdeen may be top of the table but their major chance of success is winning a trophy this season as they are strong enough to lift silverware.
What else is there to talk about this week, or should I say WHO else, but Stevie May?