Aberdeen teacher Paul Sheerin expects the long term of manager Derek McInnes, who’s a objective for Rangers, to be resolved “by the close of play” on Thursday.
Sheerin is preparing to take charge of the Dons for their Scottish Premiership visit to Dundee on Friday, with McInnes absent from training this week.
Rangers had been on Tuesday denied permission to hang talks with McInnes and his assistant Tony Docherty.
“The uncertainty over the situation is not ideal,” discussed Sheerin.
“We are all hopeful Derek stays with the club alternatively, as it stands, we’re preparing for the game on Friday.
“It’s tricky to say that it hasn’t affected the club. I could be lying to say it used to be plain sailing alternatively we merely have to take care of it.
“We’re just looking for clarity on the situation.”
‘Resolution these days’
Asked what he have been knowledgeable by way of approach of those running the club, he spoke back: “Just that there will likely be a resolution at a point at the present time each approach, whether or not or now not the manager will likely be proper right here or won’t.
“Hopefully by means of the shut of play these days we’re going to have a choice on that.”
Under-20s head teacher Sheerin, who carried out for the Dons between 2002 and 2004, has been overseeing training with fellow teacher Barry Robson.
And the former Arbroath manager discussed the avid players have been “relatively relaxed”.
“They will be desperate to put the sideshow to one side and put in a performance,” he discussed.
Aberdeen captain Graeme Shinnie insisted that “not a lot has changed”, together with: “Training has been good, the usual tempo.
“We’re enthusiastic about a big sport since we’d like to get once more to successful ways.
“Naturally, I would like the manager to stay. He brought me to the club. But if he does move on, that’s football.”
Aberdeen slipped to third in the Premiership following back-to-back defeats in opposition to Rangers ultimate week.