Aberdeen manager Derek McInnes is to remain at Pittodrie despite an approach from Rangers.
The Dons rejected Rangers’ request on Tuesday to speak to McInnes about the Ibrox vacancy.
The 46-year-old, who played for Rangers, was interested in speaking to the club but will remain at Pittodrie.
Aberdeen chairman Stewart Milne, who rebuffed Rangers’ approach, declared himself the “happiest man in the world” that McInnes will be staying.
The Dons travel to face Dundee in the Premiership on Friday.
More to follow.
Source: BBC SPORTS