MK Dons have confirmed the signing of Norwich City midfielder Conor McGrandles on a free transfer.

The 21-year-old will officially complete his move to stadiummk on July 1 when his Canaries contract expires.

McGrandles passed a medical with the Dons today and has agreed a two year deal with the club.

The Scotsman started his career in Falkirk and becomes Robbie Neilson’s second summer signing after Peter Pawlett agreed a pre-contract in March.

It may be a sign of things to come that both of the club’s transfers share nationality with their new manager as Neilson looks to stamp his authority on the squad.

The midfielder told the official Dons website: “I’m very pleased to sign here. You never want to be worrying about your future over the offseason so to get this done so early is perfect.

“When I learnt MK Dons were interested, I knew that it would be a great place for me to come to. I know the ambition the Club is to get out of the league again and that was a big factor. I know the manager and the coaching staff well too so that was another big draw.

“I’m extremely grateful to MK Dons for giving me this chance and hopefully I can take it. As long as I do what I know I can do then I think they’ll be happy with me.”

While Pawlett and McGrandles have been brought in, Darren Potter, Daniel Powell, Dean Bowditch, Nicky Maynard and Charlie Burns have all left the club this summer.

It’s likely that there will be plenty more incomings through the door at stadiummk and one so soon after the end of the League One season will sit well with supporters.

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