Aberdeen transfer news: Ryan Hedges and Calvin Ramsay could leave, says manager Stephen Glass | Football news

  Aberdeen transfer news: Ryan Hedges and Calvin Ramsay could leave, says manager Stephen Glass |  Football news

Rovers have made another move for the Wales international, who is out of contract at the end of this season, and want to complete a permanent deal in this window rather than sign Hedges on a pre-contract.

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“You keep hearing that there are other clubs that have engaged him, even though they shouldn’t have.

When asked if he was resigned to Hedges leaving, Glass told Sky Sports: “It feels like it when he doesn’t want to sign the contract that’s been put in front of him.

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“In reality, it looks like that’s going to happen but until such things happen, he’s an Aberdeen player.

“If a pre-contract does happen in January, he’s here until the summer unless Blackburn or whoever offer the right sum to get him now.”

Another player who could be heading out of Aberdeen this month is the highly-rated Calvin Ramsay. The 18-year-old right-back is wanted by a number of European and Premier League clubs, including Bologna and Leicester City.

Aberdeen’s Calvin Ramsay has attracted interest from the Premier League and Europe Sky Sports News understands Aberdeen will be looking for a club-record fee before they even consider selling their prized asset which would be in excess of the £3m received when Scott McKenna joined Nottingham Forest in September 2020.

“I won’t get involved in talking about individual clubs but there have definitely been enquiries. There’s going to be a lot as well,” Glass said. Please use Chrome browser for a more accessible video player

“If he’s here until the summer or beyond, great. If it happens earlier and it helps the club, it shows there’s a pathway to our first-team and beyond.” Aberdeen have been linked with a move for St Mirren midfielder Jamie McGrath.

“I think once things start getting serious, it might happen in this window. Calvin’s got his head screwed on and he’s training brilliantly. Craig Moore, Marvin Bartley and Mark Wilson discuss how Hearts, Motherwell, Hibernian and Aberdeen have started the Scottish Premiership season as the battle for third intensifies