Former Charlton Athletic manager Johnnie Jackson has now been handed the managerial role at Plough Lane and he will be eager to build a side that is capable of challenging at the right end of the division.
Whilst we wait for the summer transfer window to fully kick into gear, and for the new season to get underway, here, we take a look at the latest news and transfer rumours surrounding the London club…
Mark Robinson lands Premier League role
Former Dons boss Mark Robinson has become the head coach of Chelsea’s development squad, his first role since leaving the now League Two club in March.
The Wimbledon hierarchy decided to part company with Robinson following a 21-game winless run, with Mark Bowen succeeding the 57-year-old.
Spending 18 years with the Dons, he now has his sights on pastures new with the Premier League outfit, displaying an excellent knack for developing young footballers during his time with the club.
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Premier League duo battle it out for Wimbledon starlet
Ayoub Assal netted 10 times and provided a further six assists in all competitions during the 2021/22 campaign, causing all sorts of chaos for League One defences.
A bright spark in a dim season for the Dons, the young attacker has attracted the attention of both Brentford and Fulham, as per a report from The Mirror.
The report states that several Championship clubs are also interested in the young attacker, with these clubs likely to provide a clearer path to first-team football.
Jack Rudoni’s Wimbledon future revealed
London News Online have revealed that Jack Rudoni’s immediate future will be away from Plough Lane, with the Dons expecting to receive a club-record fee for the exciting attacking midfielder.
Rudoni, who has been scouted by more than half of the Championship, as per a report from TEAMtalk, like Assal has been a rare bright spark for Wimbledon this season.
Cutting in League One with a struggling side, and just 20 years of age, the future looks bright for the talented midfielder.
Corie Andrews receiving transfer interest
Crawley Town, Harrogate Town, Hartlepool United, Newport County and Swindon Town are all chasing Wimbledon striker Corie Andrews.
A report from London News Online has revealed that the forward will be available on a free transfer when his current deal expires next month.
Andrews was close to joining Crawley in January, with the Reds likely to strengthen their interest in the 24-year-old this summer.