Ryan Allsop has left Leyton Orient after rejecting a new contract. The 20 year-old stopper joined the O’s in July after a spell in Iceland and he made his debut in senior football in the Capital One Cup against Charlton. He played a key role in his first match, saving Johnnie Jackson’s spot kick to help Orient to secure the win over the Addicks on penalties. Allsop established himself as Orient’s number one with a string of impressive performances which helped to keep Jamie Jones out of the side. Overall he made 24 appearances for the O’s in all competitions, but he has been on the sidelines of late as talks over a new contract stalled.
Russell Slade revealed that three offers were made to Allsop, eventually meeting his demands. However, he has rejected the chance to remain at Brisbane Road and instead he has joined fellow League One side Bournemouth.