One of Scottish football’s longest-running transfer sagas of the summer is apparently nearing an end after Aberdeen striker Stevie May reportedly ‘agreed’ his exit from Pittodrie ahead of a move to St. Johnstone.

The Daily Record reports that the on/off deal is finally back on with May’s Pittodrie exit now imminent with a two-year deal, with the option of a further 12 months, apparently on the table at McDiarmid Park.

BURNLEY, ENGLAND - AUGUST 02: Stevie May of Aberdeen during the UEFA Europa League Second Qualifying Round: 2nd Leg match between Burnley and Aberdeen at Turf Moor on August 2, 2018 in Burnley, England.
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May looked close to returning to his old club before the deal collapsed earlier this summer but he now looks to be heading back to familiar surroundings after a difficult spell in Aberdeen.

After being given a stupid squad number that tied in with the Dons’ European Cup Winners’ Cup win in 1983, May was always swimming against the tide in the Granite City.

A return to St. Johnstone should be good for the striker and give him the chance to get his career back on track and play regularly again.

ABERDEEN, SCOTLAND - DECEMBER 18: Stevie May of Aberdeen during the warm up during the warm up on December 18, 2018 at Pittodrie Stadium, Aberdeen, Scotland.
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May was part of the Saints side that lifted the Scottish Cup and made his breakthrough at McDiarmid Park so is going back to a club that saw him play the best football of his career.

If a deal is done quickly, May could even make his second debut this weekend against Kilmarnock.

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