GARY MACKAY-STEVEN left Celtic today to agree a two-year deal with Aberdeen – as CQN predicted yesterday.

The 26-year-old winger put pen to paper and the club are able to register one player ahead of the UEFA deadline.

That means the attacker will be allowed to play in the Dons Europa League match tomorrow against NK Siroki Brijeg.

Thurso-born Mackay-Steven formerly played for Ross County, Liverpool, Airdrie United and Dundee United before joining the Hoops in January 2015.

Gary made his one international appearance for Scotland on November 15, 2013 against the United States at Hampden Park.

The wide player, who will be given squad number 11, becomes Derek McInnes’ fifth signing of the summer.

He will join Greg Tansey, Ryan Christie, Greg Stewart and Nicky Maynard at the Dons.

Here is the new CQN Podcast featuring Paul67 and Matt McGlone giving insightful updates on the landscape in Scottish football after the Supreme Court found against Rangers in the Big Tax Case last week. It is essential listening.



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