Aberdeen have called a Tuesday media conference amid
growing speculation concerning the future of manager Jimmy Calderwood
and several key players.
Like many of his first team regulars, Calderwood is out of contract at the end of the season.
Calderwood has been discussing a new deal, while a Monday deadline was set for a quartet of players.
Zander Diamond, Michael Hart, Chris Clark and Barry Nicholson are all considering contract extensions.
The players are free to negotiate with other clubs and
director of football Willie Miller told BBC Sport that Aberdeen had
made the best offers possible.
He also revealed that Plymouth boss Paul Sturrock had made an enquiry about one of the four but had not tabled an offer.
Calderwood's future has been under scrutiny for some time.
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