Portsmouth’s stance on deal for 22-year-old emerges amid ongoing training stint

Portsmouth goalkeeper coach Joe Prodomo has said that the club has no plans to sign Cameron Plain following his departure from Bournemouth.
Portsmouth are looking for more fresh signings this summer after winning promotion to the Championship.
Four new faces have arrived at Fratton Park, making for a promising start to the transfer window thus far. Reuben Swann is the only one who paid a fee to join, although Jordan Williams, Josh Murphy, and Jordan Archer entered on free transfers, while Sam Silvera came on loan from Middlesbrough.

Pompey are already well-stocked in goal, with number one Will Norris and top youth Toby Steward on the roster, in addition to new arrival Archer.

As a result, some were astonished to see 22-year-old Cameron Plain fly to Croatia with the Portsmouth squad for a pre-season training camp. However, despite the desire to add a fourth goalkeeper, it appears the former Bournemouth player will not be joining. Goalkeeper Cameron Plain to leave AFC Bournemouth this summer | Bournemouth  Echo

According to The News, Pompey goalie coach Joe Prodomo described Plain’s time with the club as’mutually beneficial’ while he looks for a new team. He said:

“I’m not thinking about Cam signing permanently right now. Although you can never say never in sports, Cam is eager to find a position where he can be close to the shirt and compete for minutes that he hasn’t had in years.

“At the moment, we’re seeking for some more experience in that area. You can never say never, but this is certainly a win-win situation for both parties.”

Prodomo and Plain had previously worked together at Bournemouth.

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