Derek McInnes doesn’t hold a grudge against his former player Ryan Jack.
The former Aberdeen midfielder is set to play against his old side for the first time at Ibrox tonight since his summer move.
And Aberdeen boss McInnes – who is still one of the favourites to be the next Rangers manager- revealed to the Scottish Sun that he spoke to the player recently and there are no hard feelings.
He said: “There’s no problem at all with Ryan and myself.
“I was more disappointed that he was going because he was an important player for us. I tried to show him that importance by making him captain.” he continued.
“But it is part and parcel of football, you want to work with good players and Ryan is a good player.”
Rangers go into tonight’s match currently six points behind Aberdeen, with the teams also meeting at Pittodrie this Sunday.
Graeme Murty is set to be in charge for both game, as Rangers have gone almost two months without appointing a new manager since the departure of Pedro Caixinha.
His time as interim manager started off well with wins against Hearts and Partick Thistle, but the wheels have came off following defeats in the last two matches to Hamilton and Dundee.
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