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Forest Green confirm Adam May signing from Cambridge United

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Forest Green have completed the signing of Adam May on a free transfer from Cambridge United.

The 26-year-old made 142 appearances at the U’s over four years, scoring 10 goals and assisting seven.

May came through the ranks at Portsmouth but spent much of his five years on loan at the likes of Sutton United, Aldershot Town and Swindon Town.

The commanding midfielder moved to the U’s in 2020 on a free transfer and played an influential role in a League Two promotion-winning season in 2020/2021.

“It’s exciting listening to the project and the ambition here at Forest Green – it’s something I wanted to be apart of “

IMG 3350 | Forest Green confirm Adam May signing from Cambridge United
Adam May

He made 38 league appearances in League One the following season but suffered a long-term injury that hampered his progress in the 2022/23 campaign.

May returned to action in September 2023 but found his playing time limited.

May has now joined up with his team-mates at FGR for pre-season.

On his move, May said: “It’s exciting listening to the project and the ambition here at Forest Green – it’s something I wanted to be apart of.

“I enjoyed my football at Cambridge – it was probably the best spell of my career so far but now I feel it’s the right time to get some more games and hopefully contribute towards the team.”

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