Breaking News: Portsmouth sensational to leave Fratton Park, as he’s poised not to sign a new contract with the Pompeys

Portsmouth defender Liam Vincent is ‘very unlikely’ to stay with the club this summer, according to The News.

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Portsmouth have allowed the full-back to extend his loan to Tonbridge Angels in the non-league until the end of the season.
Vincent, 21, is out of contract this summer and will become a free agent in late June, as things stand.

According to The News, John Mousinho’s side is unlikely to offer him a contract extension as they compete for the League One title.

Portsmouth man expected to leave

Vincent is down the pecking order at Portsmouth, and his chances of breaking into the first squad are poor.

He came to Fratton Park in 2021, but has yet to make a competitive appearance for the third-tier promotion contenders.

Pompey gave him permission to travel to Tonbridge in January to gain more playing time, and he has since played ten games.

Vincent worked his way up the ranks at Bromley, making seven professional games before being signed by his current team.

He has also been loaned out to Maidstone United, Hampton & Richmond Borough, Worthing, and Chelmsford City in recent seasons to gain experience.

Pompey have had a break from action this weekend due to the international break. They won 1-0 away at Peterborough United the last time out.

Mousinho’s team leads the table and is nine points ahead of the top two with seven games remaining.

Next up is an away trip to Wycombe Wanderers on Good Friday, followed by a home game against Derby County on Easter Monday.


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