Missing out on promotion from League One this season, Portsmouth manager Kenny Jackett could look to the transfer window to bolster his squad options and make necessary additions ahead of next term.
Defensive additions could be a priority for Jackett, having seen Christian Burgess leave the club for a move to Belgian side Union Saint-Gilloise. With Burgess leaving a gaping hole in the Pompey back-line, former loanee Raggett has been linked with a return of late.
Raggett played alongside Burgess last term and Norwich have now confirmed that the 26-year-old has left Carrow Road.
Having arrived on loan last summer at Fratton Park, he made a total of 28 appearances in League One and played a part in the club’s qualification for the play-offs, where they were ousted by Oxford United at the semi-final stage. As per Portsmouth News, he has indicated that he would be open to a permanent move to Pompey.
Norwich, who suffered relegation from the Premier League to the Championship recently, released a short statement which read: “All at Norwich City wish Sean well in his future career.”
Jackett needs defenders and Raggett featured regularly for Portsmouth last season, so his potential arrival on a permanent free transfer would make perfect sense.
The former Norwich man could have plenty of interest from other clubs, so Pompey should act fast if they want to make sure that they land him.
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