mkdons.com reflects on the summer's comings and goings at Stadium MK following the close of the transfer window on Monday...
MK Dons made eight signings this window following the departures of 11 players from last term.
Hiram Boateng was the first to arrive at Stadium MK after completing a switch from Exeter City in late May. Brennan Dickenson also put pen to paper in May while he was soon joined by striker Joe Mason.
Jordan Bowery became MK Dons’ fourth capture on 11 June, with that total soon taken to five following the addition of Wales Under-21 international Regan Poole.
Chuks Aneke departed for Charlton Athletic at the end of June. He was one of 11 who left the Club this summer along with Mathieu Baudry, Ousseynou Cisse, Lawson D’Ath, Mitch Hancox, Oran Jackson, Robbie Simpson, Liam Sole, Finn Tapp, Brandon Thomas-Asante and Ryan Watson.
At the start of July, goalkeeper Laurie Walker bolstered the goalkeeping department by signing professional terms with the Dons.
Arguably the signing of the summer arrived in mid-July when Rhys Healey returned to Stadium MK on a permanent basis following a successful loan spell during the 2018/19 season. The striker joined from Cardiff City for an undisclosed fee.
Tisdale then made one further addition to his side at the end of July and it was another returnee -Ben Reeves coming back to the Dons after two years away.
Hiram Boateng (Exeter City)
Brennan Dickenson (Colchester United)
Joe Mason (Unattached)
Jordan Bowery (Crewe Alexandra)
Regan Poole (Manchester United)
Rhys Healey (Cardiff City)
Ben Reeves (Charlton Athletic)
Chuks Aneke (Charlton Athletic)
Mathieu Baudry (Swindon Town)
Ousseynou Cisse (Gillingham)
Lawson D’Ath (Yeovil Town)
Mitch Hancox (Solihull Moors)
Oran Jackson (IBV)
Robbie Simpson (Chelmsford City)
Finn Tapp (Oxford City)
Brandon Thomas-Asante (Ebbsfleet United)
Ryan Watson (Northampton Town)