St Johnstone striker Stevie May looks as though he will play his last game for the club in tonight’s away Europa League tie against Spartak Trnava.
However, where he ends up is unclear.
Rotherham are still in negotiation with Saints, who have also received a bid from Sheffield Wednesday.
Now Sheffield United have entered the race despite securing the services of former Motherwell striker Michael Higdon from NEC Nijmegen.
The south Yorkshire battle for May looks, at the moment, to be eclipsing the interest of another Yorkshire club in Huddersfield Town.
Manager Tommy Wright has been casting an eye over possible replacements for May. He has brought in forward Adam Morgan on loan from Yeovil until January and may add another striker.
Meanwhile, left-back Brian Easton believes Saints, who trail 2-1, can progress against Spartak.
He said: “All is not lost. We make chances in games and, if we take them tonight, we could put ourselves in with a right good chance of progressing.
“The goal we scored at McDiarmid has given us a bit of hope and our away form in Europe is decent.
“We can play better than we did in that first leg and are aiming to do that. Hopefully, the display is good enough.”