Aberdeen star Niall McGinn set to be offered new deal at Pittodrie Get daily updates directly to your inbox+ SubscribeThank you for subscribing!Could not subscribe, try again laterInvalid EmailABERDEEN midfield star ray ban 4108 Niall McGinn is to be offered a new deal at Aberdeen to keep him at Pittodrie beyond his current contract which is scheduled to end next summer.
The Northern Ireland international, who joined the Dons from Brentford four years ago, has made it known that he was keen to stay put in the Granite City and now boss Derek McInnes is set to open talks with the player.McGinn, a scorer against Ukraine in the European Championships in the summer, hit his 50th Premiership goal for the Reds in the 1 1 draw with Inverness Caley Thistle last weekend, has been a key man in McInnes' plans over the last three seasons.He hopes an agreement by the ex Hoops playmaker to stay put at Pittodrie might spark similar contract extension talks with others he wants to take the club forward.McInnes said: "I've spoken with Niall and his agent and I'm hoping that we'll talk more in the next couple of weeks."Niall is very important to us and has shown consistently good form in his time with us."Aberdeen sweat over fitness of Graeme Shinnie after stand in skipper hobbles off against InvernessMcGinn's career was rejuvenated when he joined the Dons four years ago and he has been a virtual ever present with 187 appearances and 57 goals in that time.The 29 year old made it clear he's happy where he is.He said: "I've enjoyed my time ray ban mirrored aviators at Aberdeen and when the time is right to sign, I'll sign."This was music to McInnes' ears.He said: "I was pleased to hear that from Niall as he is a key player for us."Hearts set to be main challengers to Celtic as stats show top two are way ahead in creating chancesMeanwhile, ray ban 3341 the Reds gaffer is hoping full back Graeme Shinnie, who didn't finish the game against Caley Thistle because of a foot injury, will be fit for the game against Dundee at Dens Park on Sunday.He said: "Graeme suffered pain because of kick on the foot but we're giving him time to see if he'll be ready."Read MoreToday's Top StoriesTransfer TalkTransfer news live as Celtic and Rangers plus the rest of the Scottish Premiership start planning for next seasonFollow all the latest done deals, gossip and rumours right here in Scotland's best LIVE transfer blog.Scottish PremiershipAberdeen 1 Celtic 3 live score and goal updates from the Scottish Premiership clash at PittodrieIt's the dress rehearsal for the Scottish Cup final as the top two teams in the country face for the fifth time this season.Hibernian FCHibs boss Neil Lennon starts Easter Road clearout as six are told they're not getting new dealsGrant Holt and Chris Humphrey among the half dozen first team stars to be told their future lies elsewhere as the Leith club start preparing for life back in the Premiership.Rangers FCRangers need an assassin like Bruno Alves to plug the leaks and kickstart their fortunesGary Ralston, Gavin Berry and Anthony Haggerty pour over the latest goings on at Ibrox and look ahead to tonight's big Premiership clash between Aberdeen and Celtic.
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