Stevie May Joins Aberdeen On Permanent Deal

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Août 11, 2017

Stevie May has completed his move from Preston to Aberdeen, penning a four year deal with the Scottish Premiership outfit.

After two years at Preston, the once-capped Scotland worldwide returns north of the border to reignite his stalling career.

Preston fans seemed a little bit disappointed, if not expectant, about this transfer going through.

The former PNE No.21 unfortunately suffered a knee injury just two months into his spell at Deepdale, only returning to the first team set up towards the end of last season.

It was feared the problem could be career-ending but May eventually returned after 15 months out in February.

Preston North End confirmed yesterday that striker Stevie May has left the club.

May, 24, who joined the Lilywhites on deadline day 2015, will sign a four-year contract with the Dons, moving back to his native Scotland for an undisclosed fee.

Aberdeen boss Derek McInnes said: "I'm obviously delighted to get Stevie on board and he's a player I've enjoyed working with in the past and have been keen to work with again".

"It's good to finally get the deal done which I think is right for both parties and I just can't wait to get started".

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