It looks as if there will be some boardroom changes to be announced next week.
Aberdeen chairman Stewart Milne is expected to step down from his post at the club.
Aberdeen have said they will not comment on speculation regarding Milne’s future.
Vice chairman Dave Cormack is to increase his stake in the club by buying shared from Stewart Milne.
Until recently Aberdeen FC were a publicly listed company but the board voted to take the company private.
This allowed Dave Cormack and Tom Crotty to increase their investment and make payments to complete the construction of the newly opened training facility – named Cormack Park.
This weekend the club are putting together their annual results, which are set to be released on Monday and could reveal detail in terms of how substantial Cormack’s investment is and whether Milne will retain an interest in Aberdeen after this weekend.
The news comes amid weeks of speculation about possible major changes in the Dons boardroom.
While it is unclear what they will be, vice chairman Dave Cormack is almost certainly going to have a major role to play moving forward with the Atlanta-based businessman having already attracted significant US investment in to the club.