How Portsmouth's squad is shaping up ahead of the 2019-20 season

Pompey have made three signings during the summer transfer window.

Sunday, 23rd June 2019, 4:19 pm
Pompey boss Kenny Jackett. Picture: Joe Pepler

James Bolton, Ellis Harrison and Paul Downing have all arrived at Fratton Park. Here’s a look at how Kenny Jackett’s squad is taking shape ahead of their 2019-20 season curtain raiser against Shrewsbury on August 3…

Set to continue as No1 after a fine maiden season
Made just five appearances last season - all of which came in cup competitions. Kenny Jackett has previously said he expects McGee to search for regular football elsewhere.

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End last season as No2 keeper. May head out on loan to gain experience, however.
Arrived as Pompey's first signing of the summer, penning a three-year deal after leaving Shrewsbury
Will be hoping for more regular chances next term with Nathan Thompson set to depart.
Only one of two recognised senior centre-backs at Fratton Park. Ended last term in immense form.
Highly regarded at the club but a loan away to help is progress is likely.
Signed a three-year deal on Friday following his departure from Blackburn.
Sidelined until the new year with a knee injury. His long-term absence could prompt Pompey to bring in another central defender.
First-choice left-back last season, making 51 appearances
Currently recovering from a knee injury but should be fit during early stages of pre-season.
Will be hoping to kickstart his Pompey career after a frustrating spell on the treatment table following his arrival from Rochdale in January
Pompey's enforcer in the middle of the part who was awarded Players' Player of the Season last term
Will be aiming to continue his hurtling progress after netting nine goals last season.
Stop-start few months caused by injury after moving to Fratton Park from Shrewsbury in January.
Should return to pre-season refreshed after looking out of sorts towards the end of last term. Netted 12 goals in 51 appearances during first season at Fratton Park
Interest in last campaign's 17-goal top scorer from Wigan and Millwall. Sale of Matt Clarke means there's not as much pressure to also let Lowe go, however.
Just eight appearances last season after arriving from Bromley, with just one coming in the league. Still a Pompey player but he may seek regular football elsewhere.
Pompey's utility man. Been a winger most of his career but mainly operated as a number 10 last season
Forced his way back into Pompey's starting XI last season after a spell left in the cold. Prefers to play in the number-10 role but can function as a striker
The Blues' attacking focal point last season. Scored 10 goals in 48 games.
Moved to Pompey for a fee believed to be around 450,000 from Ipswich. Signed a three-year deal