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The bid comes 24 hours after Berahino saw his transfer request rejected by the club.
The new deal means Aberdeen will be in prime position to cash in if a big-money bid comes in but McInnes insisted the Dons are more interested in keeping their star players at Pittodrie.
We understand it's a market where if a bid comes in for a player you have to look at it.
The bid comes after PS3billion merger talks with rival Carillion collapsed in August after Balfour's board refused to ditch plans to sell a US unit.
The bidding is open to legal domestic or international entities providing the bid comes from a nation that is not limited by Azerbaijan economic relation laws.
NEWCASTLE are checking on NORWICH keeper John Ruddy - in case a big bid comes in for Tim Krul.
That unusual clause was written into Ince's contract when he signed for Blackpool in 2011, as was a 50 per cent sell-on clause - which is set to land the Anfield outfit PS4m if Mackay's audacious bid comes off.
The bid comes after the recent three-day cycling festival which included the mass participation Skyride which this year saw about 3,000 people taking part.
The goalkeeper, who was voted player and player's player-of-the-season, said, however, that any decision on his future might be taken out of his hands if a big transfer bid comes in.
Arsenal will reluctantly part with their skipper if a 35 million pounds bid comes in, though they will be hoping a bidding war hots up between the two Spanish giants.
The announcement of the successful bid comes eight months after 12 libraries across Northumberland were flagged up for possible closure.