Date: 4th June 2015 at 6:30pm
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With manager Derek McInnes now linked to his former club Rangers, defender Mark Reynolds has said he doesn’t believe he’s the kind of man to have laid the foundations he has at the club, and then walk away.

In quotes carried by the Evening Times Reynolds said that he knows contracts can mean little in modern day football but he didn’t believe that McInnes would be looking to move on and leave somebody else with the foundations he’s helped lay at Pittodrie.

‘He is looking to build something and I think it would be hard for him to walk away from what he has started and not be there to reap the rewards of the groundwork he has put in. He has tied all of his players up to long-term deals and he himself has committed to a new long-term contract as well. We all know long-term contracts don’t really mean much in football. If a big team comes in with big money then people can move. But he’s certainly laid the foundations and I think it would be hard for him to walk away from that.’

He went on to say that having won the cup in his first season, and then pushed Celtic into May in the league this year, we are in a good place with a bit more strengthening to try for a proper title challenge now.

‘There is no reason we can’t push on in the league and do well in the cups as well.’

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