Aberdeen star Ryan Hedges doesn’t want Scott Wright to move to Rangers in the January transfer window. Wright will be a Rangers player next season after agreeing a pre-contract move to Ibrox.
However, as it stands there has been no move by Rangers to bring the player in this month. Therefore, at the moment Wright remains an Aberdeen player.
Hedges hopes that can continue until May as he feels that the duo work well together for the Dons.
“Driving us forward”
“Whatever happens will happen. But I would love Scott to stay and be an Aberdeen player to keep driving us forward” he said (Evening Express).
Hedges and Wright both performed well in Aberdeen’s most recent game, the 2-0 win over Motherwell. Hedges is hopeful that the duo can stay in the Aberdeen side for a while longer.
“You can tell that Scott and myself really enjoy playing together. Sometimes you just link-up with a player and that is exactly what it is like with us.
“Really kick on”
“We’re on similar wavelengths, and you could see that in the performance against Motherwell. Now Scott is back fit hopefully we can really kick on” Hedges concluded.
Aberdeen is next in action on Wednesday, when they take on St Johnstone. That will be the first game the Dons will have played since it was announced that Wright was joining Rangers at the end of the season.
You have to imagine that if Wright feels up to playing, Derek McInnes will pick him for the side. After all, it is in Aberdeen’s best interests to pick the best team to have the chance of winning the game.