Lure of the Championship was too much for Fisher to turn down
“The opportunity to play Championship football is one I had to explore”
Andrew Fisher left Dons on Tuesday for Swansea City
The 23-year-old stopper reunited with former boss Russell Martin in Wales, signing for him for a third time after initially joining Dons on loan in January 2020, then making the switch from Blackburn Rovers permanent that summer.
Fisher made 64 appearances for Dons before signing a four-and-a-half year deal at the Liberty Stadium.
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Taking to Instagram following his move, Fisher wrote: “I just want to thank everyone involved at MK Dons for the support they’ve given me since the day I joined. I’ve loved every single minute of my time at Stadium MK, but the opportunity to play Championship football is one I had to explore.
“To the fans, thank you for supporting me in the early stages of my career. Your support has always and will be appreciated. Up the Dons!”