Nottingham Forest pair Scott McKenna and Harry Arter could be back in contention for the Sky Bet Championship clash with Reading on Saturday.
Watford are waiting to discover the extent of Tom Cleverley’s knee injury ahead of Saturday’s Sky Bet Championship game with Nottingham Forest.
The biggest fees Aberdeen have received for players – as Sam Cosgrove looks set for £2 million move to Birmingham City
Aberdeen could be set to receive their second biggest fee for a player if Sam Cosgrove's move to English Championship Birmingham City goes through as expected today.
Nottingham Forest boss Chris Hughton has options as he targets a fourth successive win when Middlesbrough head for the City Ground on Wednesday evening.
Attacker Scott Wright looks set to exit Aberdeen for England after talks on a new contract stalled.
Camera confused by bald linesman, Aberdeen’s forgotten imports and free pints – The most popular EE and P&J sport stories of 2020
It's been another busy 12 months in the north and north-east Scotland despite some sports being ruled out altogether and others facing major disruption due to the Covid-19 pandemic.
With the new year fast approaching, we've decided to explore the football issues which are close to the Red Army's heart this festive period.
All Aberdeen boss Derek McInnes wants for Christmas is a centre-half.
Chairman Dave Cormack warned Aberdeen will not sell their top stars on the cheap despite suffering multi-million losses in the Covid crisis.
Derek McInnes sees irony in Scott McKenna injury helping give his Andy Considine international chance
Derek McInnes sees the irony that it was an injury to former Don Scott McKenna that helped earn Andy Considine his Scotland chance.
Former Aberdeen defender Scott McKenna tipped for greatness in England by Scotland assistant Steven Reid
Scotland coach Steven Reid has backed former Aberdeen defender Scott McKenna to be a success in the English Championship.
Aberdeen boss Derek McInnes admits in an “ideal world” he would secure Tommie Hoban on an extended deal.
A rescue package to save Scottish football from the ongoing absence of fans must be delivered by the Scottish Government.
Lewis Ferguson insists the Dons have the quality in their squad to cope with Scott McKenna’s departure.
Joe Harper column: Fine margins for Aberdeen as they exit Europa League qualifying at the third round stage once more
As frustrating as it is to see Aberdeen knocked out of Europe, I can’t be disappointed with the manner in which they were defeated by Sporting Clube de Portugal.
Scott McKenna’s next move ‘will be for way more than this’ – Aberdeen boss Derek McInnes on centre-back’s £3 million transfer to Nottingham Forest
Manager Derek McInnes believes Scotland cap Scott McKenna is worth more than the club record fee of £3 million paid by Nottingham Forest.
Jim McInally: My old Nottingham Forest boss Brian Clough would’ve loved ‘old-fashioned defender’ Scott McKenna
Jim McInally has backed Scott McKenna to be a success at Nottingham Forest and says he’s a player legendary boss Brian Clough would have loved working with.
Scott McKenna has completed his move to English Championship Nottingham Forest, netting Aberdeen the biggest transfer fee they've ever received for a player.
Nottingham Forest have completed the signing of Aberdeen defender Scott McKenna on a four-year deal.
Sean Wallace column: Fee for Scott McKenna is huge for Aberdeen – but could cost them chance at similar Europa League windfall
Securing £3m for Scott McKenna could put the bid to earn a similar sum from reaching the Europa League group stages in jeopardy.
Willie Miller column: Letting Scott McKenna go is sensible move for Aberdeen in difficult financial climate
Scott McKenna’s Nottingham Forest move is good for him and for Aberdeen.
Derek McInnes on Scott McKenna’s Aberdeen exit: ‘It is always with a heavy heart when you lose good ones’
Boss Derek McInnes admits Aberdeen will miss the presence of Scotland cap Scott McKenna in defence.
Derek McInnes says £3 million fee Aberdeen are set to receive for Scott McKenna won’t be used to bolster squad
After two seasons of knocking back bids for Scott McKenna, the Scotland international is set to exit Pittodrie.
Aberdeen's winning streak ended with a home shocker to Motherwell in the worst possible preparation for Thursday's Europa League clash with Sporting Lisbon.
Aberdeen defender Scott McKenna is heading to England to begin talks with Nottingham Forest after the club gave the player permission to discuss a move to the Championship club.
Aberdeen boss Derek McInnes hopes the seven players on international duty will return with a clean bill of health.
Aberdeen boss Derek McInnes believes reaching the Europa League group stages can ease the financial hit of the Covid-19 pandemic.
Aberdeen midfielders Craig Bryson and Funso Ojo are set to miss tomorrow night's Europa League qualifier against the Faroe Islands' NSI Runavik at Pittodrie.
Sean Wallace column: On Friday, SFA must strike balance between punishing Aberdeen Eight and not ruining Dons whole season
Regardless of Aberdeen’s result in Europe tomorrow there will inevitably be an air of foreboding hanging over Pittodrie.
Gothenburg Great John McMaster today urged the Red Army to forgive the Aberdeen eight and move on.