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Gavin Bazunu 'Open To Everything' Next Season Ahead Of Manchester City Return

Gavin Bazunu 'Open To Everything' Next Season Ahead Of Manchester City Return
By Gary Connaughton

Gavin Bazunu enjoyed a remarkable season at Portsmouth. He appeared in 44 League One fixtures, keeping 16 clean sheets in the process. He was also named as the club's Player of the Season.

Unfortunately, the campaign would end on a disappointing note. Having been in the thick of the promotion race for a number of months, the team would ultimately limp to tenth place in the division.

While there would be no promotion push, Bazunu can't help but have been pleased how things went for him on a personal level.

The goalkeeper will now return to Manchester City, although the next step after that remains uncertain.

Gavin Bazunu unsure of next career move

Speaking to Portsmouth FC TV, Gavin Bazunu said his goal is to go out and play games once again next season, although he is unsure where that will be.

I've absolutely no idea, I'm open to everything.

I've got to go and meet some people at Manchester City, see what they have to say, but like I say my aim is just to go out and play again.

I've got to continue to get games under my belt and keep these experiences coming. Whatever they say I'll take into consideration and I'll make the best choice I can

I speak to Xavi [Mancisidor], the (Manchester City) goalkeeping coach, once or sometimes twice a week. He's absolutely brilliant. His knowledge of the game and advice... I can't compare it to anything else. Everything he says I hold onto and try to use.

It's highly unlikely to be at Portsmouth. The club may have had a chance at getting Bazunu on loan next season had they achieved promotion to the Championship, with the player having already outgrown League One at this early stage of his career.

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It has been reported that a number of sides in the Premier League, Championship, and on the continent are interesting in signing the 20-year old on loan or a permanent deal in the summer.

Bazunu's goal is to play as often as possible, so it will certainly be interesting to see at what level he can achieve that next season.

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