MK Dons land Joe Mason

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MK Dons have continued their busy summer by making striker Joe Mason their third signing of the transfer window.

MK Dons have continued their busy summer by making striker Joe Mason their third signing of the transfer window.

Mason joins on a free transfer after leaving Premier League Wolves, with the newly-promoted Dons having already signed Exeter midfielder Hiram Boateng and Colchester full-back or winger Brennan Dickenson.

‘I’m over the moon to finally get this move done,’ Mason, 28, told iFollow MK Dons.

‘This is a club that has a lot of ambition.

They are moving in the right direction and the facilities are so impressive.

‘The main thing for me, though, was the manager.

I’ve heard a lot of good things about Tis (Paul Tisdale) and after I met him, it was a no-brainer for me.

‘He talked about the game really well and spoke highly of me and how I would fit into his team.

‘ The former Republic of Ireland Under-21 international, who has scored 52 career league goals in 143 starts, has played for hometown club Plymouth, Cardiff and Wolves and also had loan spells at Bolton, Burton and Portsmouth.

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