MK Dons have confirmed the signing of striker Jordan Bowery after the forward left Crewe.

Bowery, 27, is the fourth new signing ahead of the new campaign with MK Dons and joins after the expiry of his contract with League 2 Crewe. The striker had been offered a new deal to stay at Crewe but has instead opted to move to Buckinghamshire.

He joins Hiram Boateng, Brennan Dickenson and Joe Mason in confirming a move to join the League 1 new boys ahead of the 2019-20 season.

Bowery told iFollow MK Dons of his delight to finalise the move to the side ahead of the new campaign.

He said, “I’m delighted to be here, it’s a big club with big ambitions.

“This is a place where I can see myself fitting in, it’s a really exciting time. I like the way the manager plays and the facilities here are so impressive.

“The style of football Tis plays is good to watch and it’ll be good for me to play in his team. He came and showed me the stats and how the team plays, it was really exciting as I’ve never witnessed that before.”

Bowery began his career with Chesterfield before joining Aston Villa in 2012. The striker had a brief loan spell at Doncaster before joining Rotherham. While with the Millers, he also had a loan spell with Bradford.

Bowery also spent time with Leyton Orient before joining Crewe on an initial loan spell and then signing for Alexandra on a permanent deal.