, Portsmouth snap up free agent after Ipswich Town exit

Portsmouth snap up free agent after Ipswich Town exit

Portsmouth have signed Lee Evans following his exit from Ipswich Town, as announced by their official club website.

Portsmouth have swooped to land the midfielder on a free transfer to bolster their promotion push from League One.

Evans, 29, cut ties with Ipswich at the start of last month and has swiftly found himself a new home now.

Pompey have confirmed that they have brought him in on a deal until the end of the season as they look to get over the line and into the Championship.

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Evans will add more depth to Portsmouth’s options in the middle of the park. His experience will also come in handy as they prepare for some big upcoming fixtures.

He knows what it takes to get out of the third tier having done it before on three occasions, with the most recent being last year with the Tractor Boys.

The Wales international, who has made four caps for his country, has been on the books at Newport County, Wolves, Bradford City, Wigan Athletic and Sheffield United in the past.

Evans signed for his previous club Ipswich in 2021 under their former boss Paul Cook and went on to make 61 appearances for them in all competitions, chipping in with six goals.

His game time dried up with the East Anglian outfit during the first-half of this term, hence why he was allowed to leave by mutual consent just after the end of the January transfer window.

Portsmouth will hope he can find his form again with them as they currently sit top of the table. John Mousinho’s side have had an impressive campaign and are back in action this weekend with a home clash against Oxford United.

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