Aberdeen are yet to make an official approach to Elfsborg for their coach Jimmy Thelin, with chairman Dave Cormack yet to make a firm decision on which direction to go, according to the Scottish Sun.


The Dons are in the middle of a managerial search after Neil Warnock stepped aside following their Scottish Cup win last weekend; Warnock indicated a new permanent manager was close to being appointed.


Peter Leven is in charge of the side on an interim basis and Aberdeen lost 1-0 at Dundee on Wednesday night.




The club are keen to bring in a new manager soon and Thelin has emerged as a contender to become the boss at Pittodrie.


However, it has been claimed that no official approach has been made to Elfsborg for the 46-year-old yet.



Cormack is leading the search for Aberdeen’s new manager and he is yet to make up his mind about the direction he wants to go.


Thelin was interviewed before Aberdeen appointed Barry Robson as their new manager last year.



He is highly rated in Sweden and has been expected to move out of the Scandinavian country soon.


Elfsborg are expecting Aberdeen to make an approach for Thelin soon as part of their plans.