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Portsmouth to send Gassan Ahadme back to Norwich

Portsmouth are set to send Gassan Ahadme back to parent club Norwich City.

The young Norwich City striker has made nine appearances for Pompey but just two league starts, with his only goal being in the EFL Trophy against the under-21s of Crystal Palace.

Despite the south coast side having to postpone their last three League One games, The News report that the 21-year-old is heading back to Norwich next month.

Ahadme was on the bench for their last seven league games but only came on for one brief cameo, with good form sparking a play-off push under former Lincoln and Huddersfield boss Danny Cowley.

Ahadme is one of 16 players that City loans manager Andrew Hughes is currently working with, having taken on that role as he returned to the club this season, as Neil Adams was promoted to assistant sporting director.


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