Ryan Jack Is Going To Rangers - Chris Sutton

Ryan Jack Is Going To Rangers - Chris Sutton

Ryan Jack Is Going To Rangers - Chris Sutton

The Dons boss claimed just last month that the midfielder wasn't interested in a summer switch to Ibrox when news of Pedro Caixinha's interest in the player was first revealed. I know what it represents to be in this chair, despite many others who should like to be here but they aren't. There has been a lot of speculation. "He's informed me of that in the last couple of days". "I think it's a wee bit of a sideshow".

"It is disappointing that it has dragged on".

There has been no consistency throughout the campaign and that is why we find ourselves where we are in the table. "Hopefully it helps us going into the cup final".

Caixinha refused to say whether they had discussed Jack or later approached the Dons to inform them they planned to open talks with the midfielder.

He added: "Hopefully this will stop the chat about him".

He said: "Football is all about opinions, everybody has them, but we don't let that come into the dressing room".

"They put pressure on us but we still created opportunities and were delighted to get the win".

Del admits he's now in the dark about his skipper's plans.

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But McInnes told Caixinha he had got events at April's Granite City clash all wrong.

The Portuguese manager claimed the current Aberdeen team are near the end of their successful cycle and will need to make several changes over the summer in order to remain a force next term.

The midfielder missed his side's 2-1 win away at Rangers in midweek as he is now out nursing a groin injury.

But McInnes reckons the whole spat has gone on too long, so moved to draw a line under it.

The visitors recorded a 2-1 victory at Ibrox that confirmed that Derek McInnes' men will finish as runners-up in the Scottish top flight.

"There has been one or two things said that I have been disappointed with".

"We want to finish with a positive result", McInnes said.

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