Jack missed last night’s game between the two sides with a groin strain, as the Dons recorded a 2-1 victory over Rangers – the first time Aberdeen have won at Ibrox in 26 years.
However, despite Jack’s injury, Pedro Caixinha is clearly keen to recruit the 25-year-old midfielder as he looks to bolster his squad for next season.
Jack is out of contract in the summer and is allowed to speak to interested clubs as he enters the final few months of his deal at Pittodrie.
If the Dons skipper decided to speak with Caixinha and if a deal does materialise, it will surely come as a massive blow for Aberdeen supporters.
The fallout to the news didn’t take long to hit social media either:
Ryan Jack seems like a decent signing for Rangers, looks like they're gradually building and not putting themselves in trouble again.
— P (@CatenaccioTimes) May 18, 2017
— kevin (@Kev____Richards) May 18, 2017
Ryan Jack for free is ok, need a lot more though. #RFC
— Thomas Gilbert (@tgilby87) May 18, 2017
The sad thing is. Ryan Jack isn't better than Shinnie or McLean but he's far better than Halliday and Holt. Cheers, Warbs. 2020.
— Jamie (@jamiecurrie89) May 18, 2017
Welcome to Rangers Ryan Jack. Your trips to Pittodrie will be very veey different now ?
— Gregco (@Gregco5088) May 18, 2017
What the hell is happening with Ryan Jack are we signing him or not
— Steevie Mckeitch (@steevie19) May 18, 2017
Ryan jack is a good free transfer captain of the team that's above us in the league , obviously better than what we have
— Croall1981 (@croall81) May 18, 2017
I'd rather sign Ryan Jack than go down to League 1 or 2 and take another punt. We need players who get Rangers and understand this league.
— Kirsten (@Kirsten93_) May 18, 2017
@william_scott17 @Obanlad1970 @wulliemcbride @lloydcross6 @_stuhamilton @dpflannagan I feel Ryan jack can help us challenge it, there's a reason he's the captain at Aberdeen the 2nd best team in Scotland
— Andrew Mooney (@AMooney_93) May 18, 2017
So, Rangers fans, would Jack be a good signing this summer?