These included Stoke completing a deal for keeper Begovic on a four-and-a-half-year contract, striker David Nugent's loan deal being extended at Burnley, while Tottenham re-signed central defender Younes Kaboul.
However, another creditor has also joined in with HMRC's winding-up petition to the High Court on Wednesday next week, with Grosvenor Basingstoke Properties the latest to claim they are owed money by Portsmouth - though that is being disputed by the club.
And Portsmouth are also involved in a separate dispute with former owner Sacha Gaydamak over whether they have missed a deadline in paying a £9m chunk of the £28m they owe to him.
It is thought it is unlikely, however, that Gaydamak will take any action to push the club towards administration because that would not be in his best interests in terms of getting his money back.
The financial problems have also impacted upon the hierarchy at the club, with chief executive Peter Storrie and manager Avram Grant claiming last week that they had been unaware of negotiations concerning the sale of Kaboul and Begovic.
I'm very very disappointed with the situation and very disappointed with what people promised me But this is the situation.
Grant, who took over the managerial reins in November, once again expressed his frustration with the ongoing problems but refused to walk away from Fratton Park.
"It's not easy because we are bottom of the league and what's happened," the Israeli said. "We are just trying to do our job on the pitch.
"I'm not a quitter. I am not afraid of problems. For me, problems are a challenge and I came here with a big challenge.
"I'm very very disappointed with the situation and very disappointed with what people promised me. But this is the situation. The football side is better than I thought but other things are not what I expected."
Grant returned to Fratton Park in October last year when he was named as the club's director of football, a position he previously held in 2006-07 and became manager last year when Paul Hart was sacked following a poor start to the Premier League campaign.
Former defender Sol Campbell is also suing the club for £1.7m for unpaid image rights.
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