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Wednesday confirm Stevie May signing

Wednesday have confirmed the signing of St Johnstone striker Stevie May.

May has penned a four-year deal at Hillsborough and arrives from the SPL club for an undisclosed fee, although reports suggest it's around £800,000.

Rotherham United were also interested in signing the 21-year-old, who bagged 67 goals in 118 appearances for the Saints, but Wednesday won the race to get their man.

The striker has been handed the No.7 shirt at Hillsborough but wasn't signed in time to feature in the Owls' 1-0 victory at Brighton on Saturday.

He could feature for the first time in Tuesday night's League Cup tie against Notts County at S6.




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Writer: Nick Mail feedback, articles or suggestions

Date:Sunday August 10 2014

Time: 9:02PM

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Can't say I'd ever come across the name this time last week. Stevie Ray? Sure, and sadly missed. Stevie May? Come again? Anyroad, it all happened quickly I guess. Antonio's departure sparked a rumour that MM would then confirm with talks of that fabled Green Light of his. Next up came the YouTube footage and the ball flying past a procession of hapless Scottish goalies and suddenly I found myself wondering how I'd feel if he chose to shelter beneath Trough Evans' enormous shadow at Toytown rather than sign up for us. Of course, there was no call for anxiety - just excitement. A 4yr year deal for a promising 21yr old who, let's face it, looks like he was born to wear our shirts, both home and away. So we missed out on Fryatt, Cox chose Reading and it seems like Wood will end up at Wolves. That's okay, I reckon we've landed the pick anyway. Let's see who's bagged the most goals come May (no pun intended).
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