Former Pompey duo Dion Donohue, left, and Curtis Main have both been on the move this summer. Pictures: Joe Pepler
The summer window still hasn’t properly clicked into gear after the conclusion of Euro 2020, but there have been a host of players on the move so far.
Pompey have been fairly active so far, signing six players in Liam VincentClark Robertson Shaun Williams, Ryan Tunnicliffe, Gavin Bazunu and most recently Kieron Freeman.
The Fratton faithful’s focus has firmly been focused on who the next fresh face will be to join Danny Cowley’s Blues revolution.
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The former Fratton favourite made 185 appearances at the Blues before joining Brighton in 2019. However, he's yet to make his debut for the Premier League side and heads out on loan for a third successive season - this time to West Brom.
However, there is always an interest in former players during transfer windows and where their journey might next lie.
Several ex-faces have too found themselves new homes this summer.
Here’s a look at who’s moved where so far….
The Welshman has had a difficult few years after leaving Pompey in 2019 following one goal in 49 games. After leaving Barrow, Donohue has returned to his homeland and rejoined Cymru Premier side Caernarfon Town.
The striker, who scored 18 goals in 96 games at PO4 between 2017-2020, did not survive Paul Cook's Ipswich overhaul and was sold to League Two Mansfield last month. After moving to Field Mill, Hawkins said he still harbours ambitions of playing in the Championship.
The goalkeeper made 39 outings on loan during 2013-14. He had been linked with Hartlepool after leaving Motherwell but has stayed north of the border with Dundee United.
The striker played only five times for Pompey. He was relegated from the Scottish Premiership with Kilmarnock last season but is back in the Football League after joining League Two Northampton.
The forward made just one appearance during a loan spell in 2016. Wilkinson left Leyton Orient and has linked up with former Fratton favourite Matty Taylor at Walsall.
Pompey fans only know too well the striker has been on his travels this summer. The Blues were interested in signing Stockley from Preston and it appeared he was heading back to PO4 at one stage, but he instead opted for a return to Charlton.
The 2017 League Two title winner was released by Bristol Rovers after spending the second half of the season at Barrow. The defender has opted to remain in League Two with Tranmere Rovers.
The forward scored six goals in 23 games for Pompey between 2016-2018. He made a surprise return to League One in January with Shrewsbury has headed back to Scotland to join St Mirren following the expiry of his New Meadow deal.
The former Admiral Lord Nelson pupil and Pompey Academy keeper left Newport after they suffered League Two play-off final defeat to Morecambe. He's now joined money-spinning Salford City.