Portsmouth are willing to let goalkeeper Luke McGee leave the club.

The League One will listen to offers for the shot stopper in the upcoming January transfer window, according to a report by The Portsmouth News.

McGee, who is 24 years-old, is down the pecking order at Fratton Park and his contract expires at the end of the season.

The London-born ‘keeper joined Pompey in July 2017 on a three-year contract and was their first choice in his first season at the club. He made 50 appearances in all competitions for Kenny Jackett’s side.

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However, he lost the number one jersey to Craig McGillavray last term and played just five times. He hasn’t played in this campaign.

Jackett has admitted he could depart, as per the Portsmouth News: “There is a chance (McGee could leave). We will have to see what happens in terms of the phone ringing.”

McGee started his career at Tottenham Hotspur and rose up through the youth ranks of the Premier League side. He never made a senior appearances for the North London outfit but gained his first taste of first-team football on loan at Peterborough United in the 2016/17 season.

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He was then released by Spurs when he returned from the Posh and was handed a deal by Portsmouth. He will be frustrated with his lack of game time over the past season-and-a-half and will be looking for an escape route this January.

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