Rangers transfer latest: Enforcer responds to reported interest from Caixinha
By Harry Sykes
Ryan Jack has not yet made up his mind whether to quit Aberdeen this summer amid reported interest from Rangers.
The midfield enforcer is out of contract at Pittodire at the end of the season and he is able to sign a pre-contract with a foreign club, including one in England.
The Scottish Sun reported last week that Rangers manager Pedro Caixinha is weighing up a move for the Aberdeen club captain.
Manager Derek McInnes claimed Jack is “really happy” at the club he joined in his teens and there is hope he will sign a new contract.
The Dons boss claims that if the 25-year-old were to leave, he would be likely to head south of the border to test himself in England.
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Jack, 25, admitted his future is up in the air but insisted he is set on guiding the Dons to the Scottish Cup final as they prepare for a semi-final fixture against second tier Hibernian.
“I’ve not made any decision as of yet,” Jack told the Scottish Sun. “I’m sure when a decision is made it will be announced.
“But I want to make this week all about the Scottish Cup and trying to get this club to a cup final and have the chance of lifting a trophy for this club.
“Obviously when things like that come out, it’s difficult for other players and the manager, and it’s difficult for myself.”
Jack has made 35 appearances in all competitions for Aberdeen this season despite having to undergo an operation on his knee at in September.
The 25-year-old Dons academy product has only ever represented the club, making a total of 245 appearances in his time at Pittodrie.