Joe Lewis was named in the PFA Scotland team of the year. Aberdeen goalkeeper Joe Lewis has signed a contract extension that will keep him at Pittodrie until 2020. The Dons stopper was the only member of Derek McInnes’ side to play every single minute of the club’s 53 matches last season. Lewis kept 21 clean sheets and conceded only 47 times during an excellent campaign that saw him included in the SPFL’s team of the season.
Aberdeen hope to bring Fulham attacking midfielder George Williams to Pittodrie on a season-long loan. The 21-year-old is viewed as a possible replacement for Jonny Hayes, who signed for Scottish Premiership champions Celtic on Saturday. Williams, who spent last season on loan at Milton Keynes Dons, has been capped seven times by Wales. He began his career at hometown team MK Dons before moving to Fulham in 2012.
Fulham midfielder George Williams will be a man on a mission if he signs on loan for the Dons according to his former Wales international team-mate Owain Tudur Jones. The 21-year-old has been linked with a move to Aberdeen on a season-long loan as Dons manager Derek McInnes attempts to rebuild his squad. Former Caley Thistle and Hibernian midfielder Tudur Jones was on the bench when Williams made his Wales international debut in a 2-0 loss to the Netherlands in Amsterdam in June 2014.
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Selecting a term
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