Nicolai Brock-Madsen is hopeful that Greg Stewart will join him at St Mirren before the end of the month.
The Danish striker signed for the Scottish Premiership side on a six-month loan deal yesterday, and when asked whether his Blues teammate could soon join him, he said to BT Sport:
“I don’t know what Greg’s plans are but I told him I’d be really happy if he came here too. He needs to do what’s right for him though so we will see what happens.”
The Scottish Sun reported at the end of last month that Saints boss Alan Stubbs was keen on a double loan swoop for both Brock-Madsen and Stewart, but they’ve yet to agree a deal with us for the Scottish forward.
The 28-year-old returned from a loan spell at Aberdeen in June but was told by Garry Monk that he doesn’t figure in his first-team plans.
With Stewart’s contract expiring next summer, it’s likely that we want the player to leave on a permanent deal, but it may be the case of just getting the former Dundee winger off the club’s books, and allowing him to leave on a free at the end of the season.