Returning attacker Greg Stewart says he chose Aberdeen over Kilmarnock to take care of “unfinished business” in the Scottish Cup with the Dons.
Aberdeen centre-back Mikey Devlin is on track to return to full training from a foot tendon injury within the next two weeks.
Aberdeen have agreed to terminate Chris Forrester's contract.
Willie Miller: Disappointing match for Aberdeen as they lack quality needed to beat League One Stenhousemuir
Aberdeen looked rusty against Stenhousemuir and that should not happen after a week-long training camp in Dubai.
Stenhousemuir boss Colin McMenamin says it would be “no surprise” if Aberdeen reached the Scottish Cup final this season.
With Aberdeen two days in to their training camp in Dubai, Sean Wallace and Jamie Durent reflect on Gary Mackay-Steven's choice between staying in Aberdeen or moving to New York.
Aberdeen are in Dubai during the Premiership’s winter shutdown, where they are training at the Jebel Ali Centre of Excellence. Reporters Sean Wallace and Jamie Durent give those still in the north-east a look at the facilities.
Sandy Roy believes discussion is vital to alleviate Scottish football’s referee crisis.
With Aberdeen’s training camp in Dubai under way, Sean Wallace and Jamie Durent reflect on returning faces, an exit and the excellent facilities in the Middle East. Press and Journal sports writer Jamie and Evening Express chief football writer Sean will be sending video updates daily from the United Arab Emirates.
Aberdeen boss Derek McInnes admits signing untested striker Sam Cosgrove from Carlisle last January was a bit of a “punt”.
Aberdeen winger Mackay-Steven back in training and in contention for Scottish Cup tie with Stenhousemuir
Dons winger Gary Mackay-Steven today made his return to full training after missing eight games with concussion.
Greg Tansey said he was “delighted” to have joined St Mirren after agreeing an end to his ill-fated, injury-ravaged spell with Aberdeen.
Defender Andy Considine has warned their rivals Aberdeen will be stronger in the second half of the season – even before boss Derek McInnes secures new signings.
Aberdeen will make a 7,200-mile round trip to the Middle East to boost the bid to secure a 150-mile drive to Hampden for the Scottish Cup final in May.
Aberdeen have announced striker Sam Cosgrove has signed a contact extension to the end of the 2021-22 season.
Kilmarnock’s Jordan Jones’ mind could be elsewhere for the rest of the season after he signed a pre-contract with Rangers.
Ex-Aberdeen player Whyte on Dubai trip: ‘It is good for the boys to mix and get a bit of sun on their back’
Former Pittodrie captain Derek Whyte believes Aberdeen will reap the benefits of a week in the sun in Dubai.
There will be little distance separating Aberdeen and Celtic out in Dubai – and Derek Whyte reckons they will also be close in a title race in May.
Skipper Graeme Shinnie will jet off to Dubai with the Dons tomorrow – less than 24 hours after returning home from the United Arab Emirates’ city.
Aberdeen have received a double defensive fitness boost with centre-backs Mikey Devlin and Tommie Hoban both returning from long-term injury.
Teenage winger Connor McLennan today vowed to continue to repay the faith shown in him by manager Derek McInnes.
The 3,800 strong travelling Red Army at Livingston deserve real praise.
Boss Derek McInnes today blasted the Dons’ December schedule as “unfair” and insists it took a toll with injuries.
Willie Miller: Plenty to be optimistic about in 2019 as Aberdeen look to test Celtic and Rangers in Premiership race
Aberdeen can be in among the Premiership title race in the second half of the season.
Dons ace Dom Ball believes they can get even better during the second half of the season.
Scott Wright has called on the Dons to finish 2018 with a win to keep pace with the teams above them at the top of the table.
Dons boss Derek McInnes says fatigue had nothing to do with Aberdeen’s Boxing Day loss to Celtic.
Aberdeen couldn't go level with Premiership leaders Celtic after they were edged out 4-3 in a Pittodrie thriller.
Skipper Graeme Shinnie insists he would have bitten your hand off six weeks ago for a top-of-the-table showdown with Celtic.
They say Father Christmas arrives on a sleigh – but 17 years ago Aberdeen’s Dadi Christmas delivered his gift to the Red Army with a train.