Stevie May’s return to St Johnstone has finally been confirmed after a deal to bring the Scottish Cup hero back to Perth had previously collapsed twice.
Aberdeen manager Derek McInnes believes a resolution can be found to the long-running saga over Stevie May’s potential return to St Johnstone.
Richard Foster looks to have played his last game for St Johnstone, Courier Sport can reveal.
In the return of Talking Football, Courier sports writers Neil Robertson and Eric Nicolson assess the early signs in the Championship title race and the dreaded S word gets mentioned in connection with St Johnstone.
Manager James McPake has confirmed Dundee have tabled a “very good offer” for Aberdeen striker Stevie May.
Stevie May’s on-off transfer to St Johnstone highlights the issue of how vexatious the movement of players can be in football.
Tommy Wright felt as if the blood had been sucked out of him when he was told that the Stevie May transfer had collapsed.
Stevie May’s move to St Johnstone appears to have collapsed, opening the door to both Dundee and St Mirren.
The return of Stevie May to St Johnstone is hanging in the balance, with a last minute hitch putting the deal in doubt.
Dundee boss James McPake admits if the club do miss out on signing Stevie May it will not be for a lack of trying.