Aberdeen Interest In Stevie May
Stevie May hasn't had the chance to shine at Preston since his arrival from Sheffield Wednesday in September 2015 as he was sidelined by a career threatening injury within three months of his signing.
Despite making only three first team appearances since tearing three ligaments in his right knee against Fulham in late 2015, these came from the substitute bench after returning to first team action in February, Aberdeen hold in interest in the Scottish international.
May faces competition from Jordan Hugill, Callum Robinson, Tom Barkhuizen, Eoin Doyle - who is expected to leave - and Cork City arrival Sean Maguire for his first team place next season but it's thought Simon Grayson plans to give him every chance to impress during pre-season.
In fact the Lancashire Evening Post report Preston are unlikely to sell May, 24, at this point in time, given the commitment shown to simply get him back playing again.
However, the potential of loaning May out if he's not there or thereabouts in Preston's first team at the start of the season, an option North End pondered in January when Aberdeen showed interest, could be explored.