Pompey Appear to Confirm Pitman Switch
Thursday, 13th Jul 2017 23:38
Blues striker Brett Pitman’s move to Portsmouth appears to have been prematurely confirmed by their iFollow video service.
While there has been no formal announcement that his move has been completed from either club’s Twitter or main official website, Pompey’s iFollow is advertising an interview with the 29-year-old.
“Brett Pitman signs for Pompey on three-year deal from Ipswich Town,” it reads.
“The first interview with new signing Brett Pitman, who arrives at Pompey on a three-year deal for an undisclosed fee from Ipswich Town.”
This morning TWTD was first to reveal that Pitman was set to join the League One new boys.
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