Charlie MacDonald has today (Friday) completed a move to Leyton Orient on a free transfer.
The 31-year-old was released from his contract with the Dons by mutual consent to set up the move to the East London side.
MacDonald spent 18 months at stadiummk having joined from Brentford at the end of August 2011 as a replacement for Sam Baldock. His impact at the Dons was telling as he netted in his three opening games for the side before reaching a total of 11 in 45 appearances.
The Southwark-born forward featured in the Dons’ run to the FA Cup third round, when they were beaten in a replay against Queens Park Rangers, and in both legs of the play-off semi-final against Huddersfield Town.
The former-Charlton Athletic striker has netted twice this season for the Dons in 24 appearances, the majority of which have come as a substitute, and with opportunities increasingly limited in Karl Robinson’s side MacDonald has made the switch to Orient in search of a new challenge.
MK Dons would like to thank Charlie for his contribution during his time with the Club and wish him the best of luck in the future.