The race for St Johnstone’s prize asset Stevie May is hotting up with Sheffield Wednesday making a move for the highly-rated striker.
Rotherham United had seemed firm favourites to snap up the 21-year-old with the Millers and Saints locked in talks over a fee Perth chairman Steve Brown is believed to want £800,000 for his player.
Now though, Owls manager Stuart Gray has thrown his hat in the ring and his club are understood to be prepared to pay the asking fee.
No matter what happens, the prolific May will travel to Slovakia for what could be his last game in a Saints jersey in the Europa League tie against Spartak Trnava.
Meanwhile, St Johnstone are edging closer to signing Yeovil striker Adam Morgan.
Saints boss Tommy Wright has been a long-time admirer of the 20-year-old former Liverpool player and tried to lure him to McDiarmid last summer.
However, with things not working out for Morgan at Yeovil, the Perth boss is set to make another attempt to sign him.