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Done Deal: MK Dons Confirmed The Signing Of Goalkeeper Jamie Cumming On Loan From Chelsea

Cumming is the second new recruit at stadium mk in the January 2022 transfer window, following the loan signing of Theo Corbeanu from Wolves.

The goalkeeper had spent the first half of the current season on loan with Gillingham, initially joining on a season long basis before it was cut short to facilitate Cumming’s move to Milton Keynes.

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One of Cumming’s final appearances for Gillingham saw him play against MK Dons, keeping a clean sheet in a 0-0 draw at stadium mk on New Year’s Day. He played 22 times overall for the side from Kent.

Cumming spent last season in League 2 on loan with Stevenage, where he managed a return of 18 clean-sheets in 47 appearances in all competitions.

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Speaking after being announced as an MK Dons player, Cumming announced his delight at moving to stadium mk and saw the move as a good for his career development.

He sia,d “This is a great opportunity for me at a Club with great ambition and I am looking forward to helping the team as much as I can.

“Both my spells at Stevenage and Gillingham were great for my development but this felt like the right next move for me in my career, especially with the way the team likes to play – it will give me an opportunity to show a side of my game that I would say is a strength.

“Playing competitive football week in, week out is what is all about. The pressure of having to get three points is something I thrive on and hopefully I can help this Club do a lot of that and achieve its goals for this season.”

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