Aberdeen manager Stephen Glass is frustrated by the Blackburn Rovers’ merger with Ryan Hedges, but is reconciled to the loss of the wingman.
The English Championship is a longtime fan of the 26-year-old and Aberdeen turned down an offer of £ 500,000 last summer.
The Rovers have taken another step for the Welsh national team, whose contract expired at the end of this season, and they want to complete a permanent contract during this period before signing Hedges on the pre-contract.
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Asked if he had resigned to Hedges’ departure, Glass said: “It’s like he doesn’t want to sign the contract that was presented to him.
“You still hear that there are other clubs that hired him, even though they didn’t.
“In fact, it looks like it will happen, but until such things happen, he’s a Aberdeen player.
“If there’s a pre-contract in January, it’s here until the summer, unless Blackburn or anyone else offers the right amount to get it now.”
Another player who could leave Aberdeen this month is the highly rated Calvin Ramsay.
The European club and Premier League clubs, including Bologna and Leicester City, are looking for a 18-year-old right-back defender.
Sky Sports News understands that Aberdeen will seek a club record fee before even considering selling its valued asset in excess of the £ 3 million it received when Scott McKenna entered Nottingham Forest in September 2020.
“I’m not going to get involved in talking about individual clubs, but there have definitely been questions. There will be a lot, too,” Glass said.
“I think once things get serious, it could happen in this window. Calvin has a fucking head and trains great.”
“If he’s here by the summer or later, great. If it happens sooner and it helps the club, it shows there’s a way to our first team and beyond.”
Aberdeen has been linked to the transfer of St Mirren midfielder Jamie McGrath.
His current contract ends in the summer and he has not yet accepted a record contract that would make him the highest paid player in Paisley history.
However, Glass refuses to be lured into speculation about the 25-year-old representative of the Republic of Ireland.
He said: “I don’t like to talk about players from other clubs. When something happens, something happens, but there are a lot of players we have in front of us in case we feel we need to replace them or we can strengthen them.” “
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