Derek McInnes has some good news on the injury front for Aberdeen fans. He has disclosed that Shay Logan could make his return to the first-team against Celtic on Saturday.
“All being well Shaleum should be involved in the game against Celtic, which is a boost” the Aberdeen boss told the Evening Express.
“Having him back would help us”
“He has worked extremely hard so hopefully Shaleum gets his reward for that. Having him back would help us.”
Logan has not played for the Dons since suffering an injury against Queen of the South in February.
Having Logan back will be a boost for a Dons side which is looking to stop Celtic winning the league at Pittodrie.
Vital that key players return
Aberdeen will be missing the likes of Andrew Considine and Graeme Shinnie for the game, so it is vital that they get back as many of their bigger players as possible.
Logan is certainly one of those, and the Aberdeen support will be pleased with this news.
It will be interesting to see if McInnes decides to gamble and start Logan against Celtic. Perhaps if the Dons didn’t have such injury problems they would keep Logan on the bench.
However, it looks set to be a case of all hands on deck for the Dons. Therefore, Logan could start the game. Should he play in the game, Logan will be a key man for the Dons in their battle to win three points.