Aberdeen striker Adam Rooney is expected to finalise his departure from the club today.
Aberdeen manager Derek McInnes insists the gulf between Scottish and English football has never been wider but believes the Reds can still upset the odds and ruin Burnley’s return to European football.
Aberdeen will run the rule over former Hearts defender Krystian Nowak in Sunday’s friendly against Cove Rangers.
Aberdeen goalkeeper Danny Rogers has joined St Mirren on a season-long loan.
Dons winger Niall McGinn believes landing a big Euro test against English Premier League outfit Burnley can bring out the best in Aberdeen.
Stevie May insists he is settled and ready to get to work at Aberdeen.
Aberdeen have cancelled their scheduled friendly with Caley Thistle at Caledonian Stadium on Wednesday.
Aberdeen and St Johnstone played out an entertaining 2-2 draw as long serving Saint Chris Millar celebrated his testimonial at McDiarmid Park.
Aberdeen defender Mikey Devlin insists no sales pitch was necessary when it came to convincing Lewis Ferguson to join him in making the move from Hamilton Accies to Pittodrie.
Aberdeen winger Gary Mackay-Steven plans on hitting the ground running this season after being thrown in at the deep end on his debut for the Dons a year ago.
Milne digging for better television deal as Scottish football tries to build on its recent successes
Aberdeen chairman Stewart Milne is adamant Scottish football deserves a better tele-vision deal and hopes one broadcaster will take sole control.
Aberdeen’s preparations for the new season continued with a 1-0 win against Championship side Falkirk at Gayfield in Arbroath.
Derek McInnes feels Aberdeen will have a training complex that will be the envy of many clubs across the country once their new Kingsford base is completed.
Aberdeen chairman Stewart Milne believes defeating Burnley in the Europa League is not beyond the Dons.
The chairman of Aberdeen FC said his club’s Kingsford stadium ambitions would not be stopped by protestors as diggers rolled in to start work on the £50 million project.
Chris Forrester made a goalscoring return to Ireland as he scored the only goal of the game to give Aberdeen victory against Cobh Ramblers.
Chris Forrester insists he is not the new Kenny McLean at Aberdeen.
The heat is on in more ways than one for Aberdeen as they step up their preparations for their fifth season in a row of European football.Cork
Seasoned Aberdeen FC supporters are being encouraged to unearth interesting pieces of memorabilia for a new museum honouring the Dons’ past exploits.
Aberdeen manager Derek McInnes hopes patience will pay off in the transfer market this summer.
Lewis Ferguson is ready for the challenge of competing at the top of the table after swapping Hamilton Accies for Aberdeen.
Hartlepool United have announced they will rename one of their stands in hour of former manager Neale Gothenburg.
Aberdeen manager Derek McInnes believes Scott McKenna’s willingness to put his football education above his bank balance will pay off in the future.
Aberdeen vice-chairman George Yule insists it is time to put family first after resigning from his role at Pittodrie.
Aberdeen vice-chairman George Yule has resigned.
Aberdeen manager Derek McInnes insists the Dons have done their homework as the fee the club will have to pay Hamilton for Lewis Ferguson heads for a tribunal.
Former Aberdeen captain Russell Anderson believes his old team-mates and manager can upset the odds when they take Burnley in the Europa League next month.
Aberdeen know this much after being paired with Burnley in the Europa League – they are going to have to do it the hard way.
Aberdeen finally learned their Europa League fate today and in Burnley, they have been handed a sterner test than they would have liked.
Aberdeen face an all-British second qualifying round in the Europa League after being drawn against English Premiership side Burnley.
Former Aberdeen captain Russell Anderson accepts the odds are stacked against the Dons in the Europa League but does not believe reaching the the group stages should be regarded as an impossible mission.
Stephen Gleeson insists the instant rapport he has developed with manager Derek McInnes convinced him it was time for a new challenge in Scottish football with Aberdeen.