Portsmouth executive chairman Peter Storrie has admitted Glen Johnson could leave Fratton Park this summer, revealing England's first-choice right-back has attracted the interest of bigger clubs.
Storrie confirmed that interest in the former Chelsea defender, with reports suggesting some clubs are willing to pay up to £18million for the 24-year-old player.
Although Storrie refused to be drawn on the details of such a deal, he did say that a deal could be struck 'in the not-too-distant future'.
'It is very hard to hold someone back in Glen's situation. I accept that,' Storrie told Sky Sports News.