Striker completes Fratton switch
Pompey have signed striker Adam McGurk on a two-year deal.
The 26-year-old was available following the expiration of his Burton Albion contract.
He scored seven goals in 41 appearances last term – including one against Pompey – to help the Brewers lift the League Two title.
And McGurk revealed that it was not a difficult decision to move to Fratton Park.
He said: “What attracted me was the size of the club and the large crowds that come to watch the games.
McGurk – who has represented Northern Ireland at under-21 level – played youth team football for Aston Villa before moving on to Hednesford and Tranmere.
He signed for Burton in the summer of 2013 and netted 19 goals in 83 games during his two years at the Pirelli Stadium.