New Rangers manager: Derek McInnes appointment could be announced TODAY

McInnes the Aberdeen manager has been linked with Rangers for almost six weeks

McInnes the Aberdeen manager has been linked with Rangers for almost six weeksCRAIG WILLIAMSON SNS

Rangers have made it clear they want the 46 year-old to become their new boss but have been forced to wait while McInnes held crunch talks Dons chairman Stewart Milne.

According to the Daily Record, Derek Mclnnes may have to quit his role as manager of Aberdeen in order to speak to Rangers about the managerial vacancy.

McInnes subsequently missed training on Wednesday and today dodged a press conference ahead of tomorrow's trip to Dundee.

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The Scottish Sun reported earlier that McInnes' move is finally expected to be sorted today after weeks of rumours.

Rangers are willing to pay £1m in compensation for McInnes and his assistant Tony Docherty.

Now Dons under-20s boss Sheerin - who has been preparing the team for Friday night's clash at Dundee alongside first team-coach Barry Robson - says a conclusion could be in sight.

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It will be a bitter blow for Aberdeen to lose McInnes to their main rivals, especially after the Gers leapfrogged the Dons into second place on goal difference last week following back-to-back wins at Ibrox and Pittodrie.

Aberdeen coach Paul Sheerin has revealed that the Dons will resolve the future of Derek McInnes by the end of Thursday.

Kris Commons has told BBC Scotland that Rangers managerial candidate Derek McInnes phoned him today to address what former Celtic star said at the weekend.

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"I've spoken to Derek about the game tomorrow and not about anything else".

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