Aberdeen have confirmed defender Zak Vyner has had his season long loan deal cut short to return to parent club Bristol City.
Aberdeen are set to lose versatile Zak Vyner, with Bristol City understood to be recalling the 22-year-old loanee.
Aberdeen were today hoping to hear Zak Vyner will not require surgery on a dislocated shoulder.
Aberdeen boss Derek McInnes today admitted he fears Zak Vyner’s season could be over after suffering a shoulder injury.
Zak Vyner says his relationship with Aberdeen team-mates Greg Leigh and Jon Gallagher got him through while he was out with a shoulder injury.
Versatile Bristol City loanee Zak Vyner has seen first hand the building blocks of playing central midfield while at Aberdeen.
Aberdeen boss McInnes confirms loanee will return to squad for St Mirren clash while giving Bryson injury update
Aberdeen boss Derek McInnes has confirmed Zak Vyner will be in the squad for Saturday's meeting with St Mirren.
Aberdeen boss Derek McInnes confirmed he will not risk loan defender Zak Vyner in tomorrow’s trip to St Johnstone.
Boss Derek McInnes today backed on-loan Zak Vyner to excel as a midfielder for Aberdeen this season.
Jon Gallagher says his friendship with Zak Vyner and Greg Leigh made it easy for the trio to slot into Aberdeen’s midfield together.
The decision to play defenders Greg Leigh and Zak Vyner in holding midfield against Motherwell was a tactical masterstroke from Derek McInnes.
Aberdeen’s victory over Motherwell was as good performance as the Dons have produced this season.
Boss Derek McInnes hailed Sam Cosgrove as “unplayable” at times after the striker helped fire the Dons to a 3-0 win against Motherwell.
Loan star Zak Vyner insists he is ready to play anywhere to help the Dons injury crisis – including midfield if needed.
On-loan defender Zak Vyner insists Aberdeen deserved to be slaughtered by critics for the 5-0 loss at Rangers.
Bristol City right-back Zak Vyner was brought in as an emergency loan signing in reaction to a defensive injury crisis.
Zak Vyner thinks it would be unwise to pigeonhole himself into one position as he tries to fight his way into the Aberdeen reckoning.
New Don Zak Vyner has opened up on the “crazy 24 hours” which saw him sign for Aberdeen then make a mad dash to join the squad in Rijeka.