One in, but how many out?

Last updated : 19 March 2002 By
Pompey have finally signed Bulgarian international Todorov for £750,000. The move has been touted for months now without any movement but it seems that Harry has once again got his man with reports that 'Toddy' isn't Rix's favourite topic to discuss at the moment.

The striker, agreed personal terms on Friday and passed a medical yesterday. He could make his debut on Saturday with Biagini going back to Spain in a few weeks, as well as picking up an injury against Crewe. Click the links on the right, to read our earlier story about Leo.

As well as coming in, Pompey could have three players leaving the club. Tom Curtis, Gary Brady and Dave Waterman are all being closely looked by clubs lower down in the leagues. Curtis is reportedly in talks with Exeter and Gary Brady could face Pompey next season, playing for Reading. Dave Waterman is interesting Oxford and Wrexham.

Pompey boy, Waterman, seems reseigned to leaving the Blues but it is unlikely that Rix will let him go before the end of the season - the same applying to Curtis. Waterman could even be offered an extension to his deal, due to his fine service to the club and performances when the team has needed them. It is likely that Curtis and Brady will be allowed to ply their trade elsewhere.

Another name cropping up is Peter Crouch, his future still shrouded in speculation after Graham Taylor watched the game against Crewe. Any bid in the region of £4million could be enough to prize the striker away from Pompey.