Aberdeen manager Derek McInnes believes Lewis Ferguson is already showing why the Dons were keen to bring the 19-year-old to Pittodrie.
Aberdeen are 100% justified in ensuring they do not sell themselves short after turning down a £3.5million bid from Celtic for Scott McKenna.
Aberdeen midfielder Frank Ross believes his loan spell at Morton has given him the drive to make the grade at Pittodrie.
Aberdeen have not received any offers for Scotland international defender Scott McKenna.
A chance to win silverware early in the season is a huge incentive for Aberdeen midfielder Stephen Gleeson.
Aberdeen boss Derek McInnes refuses to get drawn into war of words with Hamilton Accies over Lewis Ferguson
Derek McInnes refused to get drawn into a war of words with Hamilton Accies over their valuation of Lewis Ferguson.
Andrew Considine rates Scott McKenna among the best he has played with during his 15 years with Aberdeen.
Aberdeen have signed James Wilson on loan from Manchester United for the rest of the season.
Archaeologists have discovered signs of a “sophisticated” hospital building on an Aberdeenshire estate, dating back to the 17th century.
Police have issued a warning to fans ahead of the start to the domestic football season.
Aberdeen captain Graeme Shinnie is determined to lay down an early marker in the race for a fifth successive Premiership runners-up finish when Rangers visit Pittodrie on Sunday.
Police have issued a warning to football fans gearing up for tomorrow’s Europa League clash between Aberdeen and Burnley at Pittodrie.
Ally Begg has never been interested in pursuing a conventional path to success.
Aberdeen’s season may not have taken off yet but their preparations certainly have done with the club bringing in drones to film training sessions.
Aberdeen rounded off their preparations for the Europa League with Sam Cosgrove netting in a 1-1 draw with English Championship side West Brom.
Aberdeen FC Community Trust has received the highest honour available to volunteer groups during a ceremony at Pittodrie.
Aberdeen striker Adam Rooney is expected to finalise his departure from the club today.
Aberdeen’s warm welcome to Syrian refugees could be formally recognised later this year.
Aberdeen FC have revealed their new away kit ahead of the start of the 2018-19 season.
Former Aberdeen captain Brian Irvine rates Premiership opener against Steven Gerrard’s Rangers as best games Dons could ask for
Former Aberdeen captain Brian Irvine reckons hosting Steven Gerrard in his first league game as Rangers manager is the ideal curtain-raiser for the Dons.
Niall McGinn believes Aberdeen could benefit from the hype which will surround Steven Gerrard when he takes charge of Rangers for the first time at Pittodrie.
Aberdeen will host English Championship side West Bromwich Albion in a pre-season friendly next month.
Ex-Inverness and Dundee midfielder James Vincent backs former team-mate Stephen Gleeson to be a great addition for Aberdeen
Prospective Aberdeen signing Stephen Gleeson has been backed to be a hit at Pittodrie by former team-mate James Vincent.
The Granite City paid tribute to one of its own last night as 4,000 of his friends, team-mates and family gathered at Pittodrie Stadium to pay tribute to Gothenburg Great Neale Cooper.
New Aberdeen signing Chris Forrester hopes to bring goals to Pittodrie after completing his move from Peterborough.
A Dons supporter arrested for chanting sectarian abuse during a recent game had been attending Pittodrie for more than 50 years without any trouble.
Former Aberdeen manager Steve Paterson believes Pittodrie is the only venue big enough in the city to accommodate everyone who will want to pay their respects to Neale Cooper.
Joe Lewis concedes he had a big choice to make as a teenager.
Gothenburg Great Neale Cooper insists Aberdeen will have an outstanding allrounder on their hands if the Dons can lure Peterborough captain Jack Baldwin to Pittodrie.
Members of Aberdeen’s greatest team will reconvene at Pittodrie tonight on the 35th anniversary of their Cup-Winners’ Cup triumph to relive the day they conquered Europe.
A Rangers supporters bus was attacked by “reckless” yobs who damaged one of its windows as it left Aberdeen.
Six men were charged following the Dons match against Hibs - including a 44-year-old caught allegedly urinating in a nearby cemetery.