MK Dons boss Karl Robinson is mulling over a move for former Swindon left-back Jay McEveley.
McEveley has been on trial with MK Dons over the summer and manager Karl Robinson is considering offering the Scotland international a permanent deal. However the deal depends upon the club having room in their budget for the defender.
Speaking to the club’s official website Robinson said: “He’s someone who can play left-back and left centre-half and we are looking to add strength in that area,
“He knows that Lewie (Dean Lewington) has been an ever present at left-back for this Football Club for many years. We’ve had a good chat and he knows where are at and I know where he’s at.
“We can’t do anything just yet due to where we are with the financial fair play ruling, so it’s a case of seeing how things go. He’s a great lad and a very talented player. It’s not out of the question.”
MK Dons have already added three players to their squad this summer in the form of Kyle McFadzean, Danny Green and Tom Hitchcock. Robinson is keen to continue his transfer business, especially with players such as Brendan Galloway and Dele Alli attracting interest from the Premier League.