St Johnstone are set to make a double signing, with Stevie May being one and Estonian international centre-back Madis Vihmann the other.
The final whistle of Sunday afternoon’s Betfred Cup clash with Ross County wasn’t the end of Matty Kennedy’s weekend work.
There will be a double Dundee United departure this week, Courier Sport can reveal.
The agent of striker Stevie May was sat in the McDiarmid Park directors’ box for yesterday’s Betfred Cup defeat to Ross County, with St Johnstone boss Tommy Wright hopeful the Perth club are closing in on two new signings.
Dundee manager James McPake will be welcoming a new baby into his family this weekend.
Dundee are now serious contenders to sign Stevie May.
Dundee have made contact with Aberdeen regarding their striker Stevie May, manager James McPake has confirmed.
It is no secret that St Johnstone are trying to bring Stevie May back to McDiarmid Park.
St Johnstone chairman Steve Brown is working on a deal to bring Stevie May back to St Johnstone, manager Tommy Wright has confirmed.
Stevie May has been linked with both Dundee clubs but St Johnstone are the only Tayside team to confirm their intent to sign the Aberdeen striker.