According to a report, Stevie May could be on his way out of Aberdeen. The Scottish Sun is reporting that the Dons will ‘listen to offers’ for the player, who has struggled to find the back of the net on a regular basis.
The report goes on to reveal that Dundee, Dundee United St Mirren and May’s former side St Johnstone are all interested in signing the player.
Return to Perth could be what player needs
Perhaps a move back to Perth would be just what the player needs to kickstart his career. May is a legend at St Johnstone, after leading the team to the Scottish Cup in 2014.
May has struggled to recapture his excellent St Johnstone form at firstly Sheffield Wednesday, Preston and then Aberdeen.
Found scoring goals difficult
Last season he only managed to find the back of the net three times for the Dons. That is not the best record for a striker.
However, perhaps teams and clubs are made for each other. That could be the case with St Johnstone and May. Any move could depend on if St Johnstone can afford the player.
If they can, there is no doubt that Tommy Wright would love to bring the player back to St Johnstone. It remains to be seen where May will play next season. At the moment though, it seems unlikely to be for Aberdeen.