- Current club: Aberdeen
- Date of Birth: 5 July 1971
- Birthplace: Paisley, Renfrewshire
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Ryan Christie has a lot to consider about his future. After recently turning 23 years old, he has reached a critical stage of his career and despite the fact he’s saying he’s not looking too far ahead, he knows he will need to make some big decisions soon.
For the past five weeks, Rangers have been looking for the perfect replacement for Pedro Caixinha after the Portuguese manager failed to produce an upturn in fortunes at Ibrox during his seven-month spell in charge.
Jurgen Klinsmann has pulled himself out of the race to become Sunderland's new manager. The Black Cats are on the search for a new head coach following David Moyes' resignation late last month.
Sunderland's search for a successor to David Moyes is set to ramp up in the next 24 hours with an official approach to Aberdeen to speak to their highly rated manager Derek McInnes. The 45 year old is currently on a post-season break following another strong showing in the SPFL this season, which saw his Dons side runners-up to Celtic in all three domestic competitions as well as amassing a record points tally in the league. The steady and sustained improvement in the Dons fortunes during his 4 year tenure has not gone un-noticed and now Sunderland are set to try and lure him south.
With Aberdeen due to return to competitive action on June 30th, there is little time to breathe before they kick off the new campaign. So how will the Dons reflect on the season 2015/16?
Wigan will make a transfer offer for highly rated Bristol City striker Nicky Maynard on Monday morning, as the Latics' manager Roberto Martinez and club directors have been preparing a 4 million GBP move over the weekend.
Celtic midfielder, Scott Brown, was named as the Scottish PFA Player of the Year. Their manager Gordon Strachan won the Manager of the Year award for the second time.