MK Dons confirm the release of four but ELEVEN could depart

MK Dons have confirmed which players will leave the club at the end of the season when their contracts run out.

Thursday, 6th May 2021, 9:14 am
Updated Thursday, 6th May 2021, 11:44 am
Lee Nicholls

Here's who won't be returning next season, and those out of contract who are still in talks to remain at the club. Will Grigg (Sunderland), Louis Thompson (Norwich City), Lasse Sorensen (Stoke City) and Ethan Laird (Manchester United) will return to their parent clubs at the end of their loan spells.

The keeper lost his number one spot in October to Andrew Fisher and has been limited to cup games since. Made more than 150 appearances since 2016.
Fell down the midfield pecking order this season having held a key role in the side in his previous two seasons. Made more than 100 appearances, 23 this season, scoring four goals.
The club's third all-time leading scorer, who signed in 2016, played just one game this season, netting a brace against Norwich U21s. Injuries and favour saw his chances limited under Russell Martin.
A spell which never really got going. Injuries at bad times stunted his time at Stadium MK and limited him to just nine goals - three of which came in a brilliant hat-trick against Fleetwood earlier this season.
An injury-ravaged career showed shoots of life in his 18 months at Stadium MK, but he has been limited to just 13 starts during his time at the club.
A key man since signing on a free transfer in November. Barely out of the side, Surman has made 26 starts and Russell Martin will be eager to keep hold of him next season.
A break-out season for Sorinola has been excellent on the field while drama has unfolded off it. A contract has long been on the table for the wing-back to sign, but as yet it remains unsigned.
Dropping down a level following his release from Birmingham City in January, McEachran has added more depth to the midfield. Dons unlikely to be able to keep both he and Surman, but one or the other.
Dons' top scorer heading into the final game of the season. Has shown no signs of slowing down in the latter stages of his career and has been excellent leading the line for Dons this season.
Spent the latter part of this season on loan at Oldham where he has impressed in League Two.
Spent the best part of two years side-lined through injury. Has looked lively in his substitute appearances recently.