MK Dons players who went on to play in the Premier League

Plenty of players have left Milton Keynes and gone on to play in England's top flight - maybe more than you thought!

Monday, 6th April 2020, 11:48 am
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Take a look through the names to have graced Stadium MK and the Premier League.

Dele left MK Dons for 5 million in 2015 for White Hart Lane and has been a mainstay for Spurs ever since.
Captain Keith departed after leading Dons to the double in 2008, following manager Paul Ince to Ewood Park.
Few would have predicted Norwich would come calling for Wilbraham in 2011, and after just six months in the Championship, helped the Canaries to the top flight.
After a remarkable start to the season at Stadium MK, Afobe's loan from Arsenal was cut short as Wolves splashed the cash on the striker. A year later, he was playing in the Premier League with Bournemouth.
Not many will have seen this one coming! Martin was released by Dons in 2017, and signed for Millwall but made just 15 appearances. Moving to West Ham as third choice, Martin made his shock debut against Chelsea earlier this season.
Impressing at Stadium MK, the youngster from Chelsea was loaned out to Derby and Middlesbrough before heading to Selhurst Park where he made his Premier League bow with Palace.
Like his brother, George Baldock was a fan-favourite when he left MK Dons in 2017 for Sheffield United. Helping the Blades to promotion from the Championship to the Premier League, where he is a regular.
The middle of three Quinn brothers in football, Stephen was loaned from Bramall Lane in 2005. He left the Hockey Stadium for another loan at Rotherham before making his Premier League debut for the Blades in 2006.
Spending a couple of months at Stadium MK in 2010 from Spurs, Townsend had to wait until September 2012 for his Premier League debut, after more loan spells at Ipswich, Watford, Millwall, Leeds and Birmingham.
The youngster was hotly tipped, alongside Dele Alli, to shine in 2014/15 for Dons, but departed for Everton, making his debut towards the end of the campaign.
Another from the Spurs production line, Livermore made five appearances for Dons in 2007/08, but missed the following campaign with a broken leg. A loan spell at Derby followed before his Spurs Premier League bow at the end of 2009/10 season.
Left Dons in 2006 before returning on loan from Plymouth between 2008 and 2010. Sold by Argyle to Southampton, Puncheon was loaned to Premier League Blackpool and scored on his debut in February 2011 against Everton.
Making 22 appearances for Dons in 2011 and scorer of remarkable goals, Smith returned to Spurs before loans at Leeds, Millwall and Derby before signing for the Cherries, helping them to top flight promotion in 2015.
One of the first off the MK Dons production line, big things were expected of Sam Baldock. Leaving for West Ham, Baldock has plied his trade for the most part in the Championship, but made two appearances for Brighton in the top flight in 2017/18.
It didn't take long for Harvey Barnes to make his mark at Stadium MK, scoring on his debut against Northampton in 2017. A year later, he was making his debut for Leicester City in the top flight.
A brilliant season despite getting relegated from the Championship with MK Dons, he was sold by Norwich to Cardiff City, where he made his Premier League debut in 2018.
It didn't take long for Harvey Barnes to make his mark at Stadium MK, scoring on his debut against Northampton in 2017. A year later, he was making his debut for Leicester City in the top flight.