Championship side MK Dons have signed attacker Josh Murphy on a season-long loan from Norwich City.
The 20-year-old, who recently agreed a new deal at Carrow Road until 2017, has scored four goals in 29 appearances for the Canaries.
Murphy will train with his new team-mates this week and could be included in the squad for the Dons Championship clash at Reading on Saturday.
Murphy follows in his twin brother Jacob's footsteps, who made the switch from The Canaries last week, moving to Coventry City on a season-long loan.
Both were part of City's FA Youth Cup-winning team in 2013.
MK Dons midfielder Ben Reeves has signed a new contract with the club that will see him stay at stadium:mk until June 2017.
The 23-year-old has been a key part of the Dons' recent success, scoring 18 goals in 73 appearances since moving from Southampton in 2013.
That form had reportedly attracted admiring glances from the Premier League, but Reeves has decided to stay put.
"There was no hesitation.
I really like it here so I’m more than happy to put pen to paper. Hopefully I can keep performing and have a good season in the Championship.
Everyone is ready for the challenge. We’ve got the players here so I can’t see why we can’t do well – we proved that on Saturday.
Games will get tougher because teams now know what we’re about but I’m looking forward to every game.”
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MK Dons have signed Real Madrid midfielder Sergio Aguza on a free transfer - subject to international clearance.
The 22-year-old captained the Spanish giant's Castilla team, and featured twice on the bench for the first team last season.
Aguza has agreed a two-year contract and joins Peru midfielder Cristian Benavente in making the move to stadium:mk from Madrid this summer.
“I’ve seen Sergio play a number of times and he’s an exceptionally talented player. He’s very dynamic in his movements and his ball retention as well.
He was captain of Real Madrid Castilla so he’ll bring tremendous strength to us. He’s someone who will really add to the group and he might be able to give us something we’ve never had before.”
MK Dons have signed former England international Matthew Upson on a one-year deal.
The centre back was released by Premier League club Leicester City at the end of last season.
36-year-old Upson also played for Arsenal, Birmingham City, West Ham United and Stoke City in England's top flight.
“I’m very pleased to be here and I’m excited about the new challenge. This is a club that has grown in stature and I see it as an exciting place to be.
Me and the gaffer have been chatting a lot about the style of football the team play and it’s something I feel I’ll fit into well. The experience I bring with me is something I’d like to think can help too.”
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MK Dons have re-signed Bolton Wanderers winger Rob Hall on a season-long loan.
The 21-year-old is no stranger to stadium:mk having spent time on loan with the Dons last season and in 2012.
Hall scored a hat-trick in the 6-1 win over Leyton Orient in April.
“It was an easy decision.
I’m just happy that I’m back here and I can’t wait to get going with the lads again.
Coming here last year and being given the freedom to go out and play my football, revived my whole season. I got on really well with the gaffer and the staff and the lads were great too.
This was an opportunity I couldn’t turn down – at home, playing for a great club like MK Dons.”
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MK Dons winger Daniel Powell has agreed a new two-year contract with the club.
His new contract will keep him at stadium:mk until June 2017.
The 24-year-old came through the Dons' academy and scored 10 goals last season as Karl Robinson's side were promoted to The Championship.
“It’s been the perfect year for me.
It’s been a project of the Club’s to get into the Championship and now hopefully I’ll be able to enjoy two more years of playing at that level, if not higher.
I’ve been here since I was 14, so it’s been a while now. I’ve seen the club grow and grow and to be a part of that is a great privilege.”