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MK Dons have signed former Millwall midfielder Ed Upson on a free transfer.
The 26-year-old was released by the London side after they lost the League One play-off final to Barnsley last weekend.
Upson started his career at Ipswich Town before playing for the likes of Barnet and Yeovil Town.
He is the Dons' first new arrival of the summer.
I tried to sign Ed before but unfortunately it wasn’t possible to get a deal done at the time.
He had offers to go back to the Championship so I’m delighted he’s decided to join us and I look forward to working with him.
He’s the type of player that will suit our style very well, is the perfect age and has very good experience.
MK Dons have allowed goalkeeper Cody Cropper to leave the club after deciding not to exercise their option to give him a new contract.
The American made 12 appearances for the Dons in The Championship last season but didn't do enough to convince manager Karl Robinson to hand him a new deal.
Yesterday, the Dons handed a new contract to fellow goalkeeper Charlie Burns.
MK Dons goalkeeper Charlie Burns has signed a new 12 month contract.
It keeps him at Stadium:mk until at least June 2017.
The 21-year-old has previously enjoyed loan spells at Cambridge City and Truro City.
Burns made his full senior debut for the Dons last season away at play-off finalists Sheffield Wednesday.
He featured four times during the Dons' Championship campaign, and will be hoping to further his development next season in League One.
I’m delighted and proud to get another year with the Dons.
When I was in the Academy, I would watch the first-team week in, week out and it was my dream to be out there playing as well – I’m pleased that I get to stay a part of the squad for another season.
I know I’m going to have to remain patient and wait for my opportunity to impress. I’m still young and I’m still developing, so I’ll be looking to continue learning each and every day in training and in matches.
MK Dons manager Karl Robinson has reportedly turned down the chance to take over at Leeds United.
It's understood the 35-year-old met with Leeds owner Massimo Cellino in London about the managerial position at Elland Road, but talks broke down.
Robinson will now be hoping to lead another promotion push at Stadium:mk following the Dons' relegation last season.
Leeds United have been heavily linked with a move for MK Dons manager Karl Robinson.
The 35-year-old couldn't prevent the Dons from being relegated from The Championship last season, but that doesn't appear to have put off interested parties.
According to Sky Sports, Leeds are closing in on the appointment of Robinson who is the hot favourite to replace Steve Evans at Elland Road.
However, the Yorkshire Post claim he is just one of a number of candidates being looked at.
MK Dons chairman Pete Winkelman has been reflecting on the club's relegation back to League One.Read the full story ›
MK Dons chairman Pete Winkelman has told ITV News Anglia that manager Karl Robinson will definitely be staying at the club this summer.
Robinson has enjoyed six largely successful seasons at stadium:mk but couldn't prevent the Dons from getting relegated from The Championship this campaign.
Despite that, Winkelman insists he still has complete faith in Robinson and believes he's the man to lead a League One promotion charge next season.
What's been special about Karl is that he's shown great loyalty over the years.
We need to show the same kind of loyalty.
At the end of the day, nobody make mistakes on purpose.
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