Aberdeen Submit May Bid
Preston striker Stevie May has been subject to a bid from Scottish Premiership club Aberdeen, reports the BBC.
Aberdeen interest in May has recently been claimed but it was suggested Preston didn't have any immediate plans to let the Scottish international, signed from Sheffield Wednesday, leave Deepdale.
In the meantime Preston boss Simon Grayson has left, ironically enough getting the job as Aberdeen boss Derek McInnes, who worked with May during his St Johnstone days, didn't fancy the gig at the Stadium of Light.
The stance on May, under contract until the end of the coming season, and expected to get pre-season to push forward his first team claims after a long-term injury, could have changed. But until a new appointment is made you would imagine, unless offers simply can't be refused, no one will be permitted to leave.
Meanwhile, one that could have come back to Deepdale, if finances permitted it, Aiden McGeady could now end up joining Grayson at Sunderland? The former Preston boss, appointed on Thursday, could make the Everton forward his first addition and may look towards North End for reinforcements too.