Aberdeen manager Derek McInnes has reiterated that he is happy with life at the Dons and is not interested in the vacant managerial position at Rangers.
Rangers sacked manager Pedro Caixinha four weeks ago but the Gers have not yet replaced the Portuguese.
Many names have been linked with the vacant managerial position and one of those names mentioned most often is of Aberdeen manager Derek McInnes , who is currently enjoying a very successful spell with the Dons.
However, such rumors regarding him joining the Glasgow based giants have been quashed by McInnes himself as the Scot spoke about the happiness he feels while working for the Dons.
In the pre-match interview ahead of Aberdeen’s clash with Rangers, McInnes told the reporters, “I want to reiterate what the chairman said. I speak to him every other day and relationships are key to me.
“He wanted to put something out, he spoke to me about it and I was happy for him to do that. I have never been one who feels the need to react to speculation and I don’t see how I can pick and choose.
“I’m getting asked all the time about this job or that job. A month ago I was asked about the Scotland job and I answered one question about it so everyone was happy with that. Nobody has really asked me about West Brom.
“Nobody is asking the Celtic manager if he’s interested in Everton or any other job that has come up every week but there has been this obsession with the Rangers job.
“If people want to know about the Rangers job I would suggest they go down to Glasgow and ask them about it, don’t be speaking to me or my players about it.”
Rangers will need to start over in their rebuilding phase following the departure of Caixinha but under new management once again, it will be difficult for the club for sure.