Plymouth Argyle manager Derek Adams is thought to be keen to be considered for the potential vacancy at Scottish Premiership runners-up Aberdeen according to the Daily Record.

The Dons could be looking for a new manager in the coming days with current boss Derek McInnes closing in on a move to Sky Bet Championship club Sunderland who recently parted ways with former manager David Moyes.

It has been reported that Plymouth Argyle boss Adams could be in the frame for the possible managerial vacancy at Pittodrie after impressing during his time south of the border, while the 41-year-old is expected to be keen on taking on the role as a lifelong Aberdeen supporter.

Adams was appointed Plymouth Argyle manager in summer 2015 and the Glasgow born boss has won an impressive 56 of his 109 matches in charge of The Pilgrims. The Scot guided Argyle to the Sky Bet League Two Play-Off Final in his first season at Home Park but the club were defeated by AFC Wimbledon at Wembley Stadium. Adams continued his good work in his second season with Argyle by winning promotion to the third tier of English football.

As a player, Adams came through the youth ranks at Aberdeen and after making just a handful of appearances for The Dons there could be some unfinished business awaiting him at Pittodrie.

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