Westerveld first through Portsmouth exit door
Portsmouth's former Liverpool goalkeeper Sander Westerveld has been told he can leave the Fratton Park club as manager Harry Redknapp makes his plans for next season.
Midfielder Salif Diao and striker Azar Karadas have also come to the end of their loan deals and look certain to move on along with midfielder Aliou Cisse whose two-year contract has expired.
Westerveld, 31, has not been offered an extension to his one-year contract which he signed last summer after moving on a free transfer from Spanish club Real Mallorca.
He played just six games for former Pompey manager Alain Perrin and became third-choice `keeper when Redknapp signed Dean Kiely from Charlton in January.
Westerveld spent a brief loan spell at Everton when they lost Nigel Martyn and Richard Wright through injuries in February.
Redknapp, who agreed a new three-year contract this week, plans trips to France and Italy in the next few days to look at potential new signings and has also told striker Collins Mbesuma he can find a new club.
The 21-year-old Zambia forward arrived with a big reputation from South African champions Kaizer Chiefs last August in a £500,000 deal but made only four substitute appearances for Perrin and did not figure at all for Redknapp after he took over in December.
The manager is reported to have his eye on Wigan's Senegal striker Henri Camara who he signed on loan from Wolves for Southampton in January last year.
Camara scored six goals in 12 games for a struggling Saints team.
Wigan are expected to want around £4million for Camara while a similar figure is sure to be demanded by German club Wolfsburg if Pompey want to make sign loan signing Andres D'Alessandro's move permanent.