May deal talks ongoing

St Johnstone star Stevie May insists talks are ongoing over a new deal to keep him at McDiarmid Park.

Last Updated: 04/07/14 at 09:10 Post Comment

Stevie May: Talks ongoing over new deal

Stevie May: Talks ongoing over new deal

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May has been locked in talks with the Scottish Cup winners for some time over a contract extension, but as yet no new deal has been agreed.

A number of clubs in England are thought to be keepings tabs on May, but the 21-year-old is hopeful of sorting out new deal.

"It was never a case that I had said I wouldn't sign a new deal," May told the Daily Record.

"Negotiations are ongoing and talks tend to drag on rather than get thrashed out overnight but I'm hopeful it'll be sorted soon."

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