Dons boss Derek McInnes has no fears about teams coming in with summer bids for Scotland international defender Scott McKenna.
McKenna on stunning season: ‘It’s been pretty full on – one thing after another and I’ve enjoyed every single moment’
Scott McKenna admits it will take a while to come to terms with everything he has achieved this season.
Graeme Shinnie says his first start for Scotland is something he’ll “never forget”.
Aberdeen's Scott McKenna captained Scotland in their 1-0 defeat to Mexico.
An inexperienced Scots side were well beaten by World Cup-bound Peru but it wasn’t all doom and gloom for national boss Alex McLeish.
Being named in the Scotland squad upset Graeme Shinnie’s wedding preparations.
Two Aberdeen Tartan Army foot soldiers have jetted into Peru to cheer on Alex McLeish’s squad.
Former Aberdeen midfielder Kenny McLean is relishing the chance of a lifetime to play at the legendary Azteca Stadium.
Scotland boss Alex McLeish insists Graeme Shinnie booked his flight to South America with his part in leading Aberdeen to a league runners-up finish.
Aberdeen captain Graeme Shinnie and centre-back Scott McKenna have been named in Alex McLeish's Scotland squad for friendlies against Peru on May 29 and Mexico on June 3.
McKenna hungry for success: Big defender can’t wait to play part in exciting climax to Aberdeen’s season
One of Scotland’s hottest prospects, Aberdeen defender Scott McKenna doesn’t buy the argument there is little more he can achieve in a sensational breakthrough season.
ANALYSIS: Much-improved Scots get Eck’s second reign up and running … with Aberdeen stopper McKenna mighty in match with Magyars
After an early stutter the new era under national boss Alex McLeish is up and running after a night of positives in Budapest.
Three Aberdeen players were in action as Alex McLeish secured his first victory as Scotland boss with a 1-0 defeat of Hungary in Budapest.
Dons defender McKenna and the other new caps did really well for Scotland – now we face a fight to keep our places, reckons Hanley
Defender Grant Hanley accepts Scotland’s old guard now face a fight for their future with a new breed of internationalists.
Willie Miller: Far too early for us to judge McLeish’s second spell but he must continue experiment for Hungary
We're too far out from the important games to start passing judgment on how Alex McLeish’s second spell as Scotland boss is going to be.
Scotland skipper Charlie Mulgrew played at the back with Scott McKenna against Costa Rica and immediately recognised his star quality.
Willie Miller: Where is the euphoria over McKenna’s performance after latest step in his meteoric rise?
I am surprised Aberdeen defender Scott McKenna has not had more plaudits for the performance he put in against Costa Rica.
Aberdeen defender Scott McKenna today said it was a dream come true to earn his debut Scotland cap – and vowed to fight to retain his slot for the Euro 2020 qualifying campaign.
Scotland v Costa Rica Analysis: Returning boss McLeish right to go all in with youth of McKenna and Co but Scots needed more energy
Scotland's new era under Alex McLeish began with a whimper not a bang as his experimental side fell disappointingly flat.
Scotland lost 1-0 to Costa Rica at Hampden as Alex McLeish's first game as national boss ended in disappointment.
Dons boss Derek McInnes today claimed Scott McKenna is currently the best centre-back in the Scottish Premiership.
Aberdeen players McKenna, McLean and Christie named in Alex McLeish’s first Scotland squad for friendlies
Aberdeen players Scott McKenna, Kenny McLean and Ryan Christie have been named in Alex McLeish's first Scotland squad.
New Scotland manager Alex McLeish was today hailed as a “true Scotland legend and natural leader” by SFA president Alan McRae.
New Scotland manager Alex McLeish today vowed to showcase the nation’s talents to the world – at Euro 2020.
‘Ladies and gentlemen I give you Mckenna and Souttar’ – Scotland legend Willie Miller presents his case for a new defensive pairing
Legend Willie Miller today insisted he has seen the future of Scottish football – and it is rising Premiership centre-back stars Scott McKenna and John Souttar.
Willie Miller: There’s no hiding place for whoever gets the Scotland job next … failure should lead to axe
Whoever is given the Scotland job, they should be appointed on the proviso it’s a qualify or you’re out gig.
EXCLUSIVE: McLeish has done Scots job before and would give young players a chance, says Van der Ark
Dons legend Willem van der Ark has backed former team-mate Alex McLeish to be the next Scotland manager.
Derek McInnes has been installed as the third favourite for the Rangers job. The Dons boss is just behind fellow Scots Billy Davies and ex-Dons defender Alex McLeish to take over from Pedro Caixinha who was sacked earlier today. Currently McInnes is at 11/2 to take over while Davies is the favourite at 4/1.
Gothenburg Great Alex McLeish today confirmed he would talk to the SFA about the vacant Scotland job if they were to contact him.
Alex McLeish is among those who believe Derek McInnes would find it impossible to say no if Sunderland come calling.