Wayne Rooney's Derby County hand trial to former Portsmouth goalkeeper Taylor Seymour
Former Pompey goalkeeper Taylor Seymour is currently on trial at Derby.
The News understands the Championship club are casting an eye over the ex-Blues stopper as he bids to get back into the professional game after departing PO4.
Seymour, 20, was released by Pompey – along with a host of other youngsters – earlier this summer having made just a single senior appearance for the club.
He came on as a substitute in the Blues’ 5-1 EFL Trophy defeat at Peterborough in January.
Boro boss Shaun Gale had been casting an eye over the stopper as he searches for a new goalkeeper.
But now Seymour is presently on trial with the Rams in an attempt to earn a deal with Wayne Rooney’s Championship side.
Blues boss Danny Cowley has already boosted his goalkeeping pool, which was depleted by the release of Taylor and Craig MacGillivray – by signing Manchester City and Republic of Ireland ace Gavin Bazunu on a season-long loan.