June 14, 2024

AFC Wimbledon have agreed a deal to re-sign Jake Reeves after his contract at Stevenage expires on 30 June.

The 29-year-old midfielder, who scored four goals in 50 appearances for Boro this season, has agreed a two-year deal with the League Two club.

Reeves had a five-match loan spell with the Dons in 2012 and then featured 123 times between January 2015 and May 2017, scoring four times.

He becomes the south-west London club’s first signing of the summer.

Reeves began his career at Brentford and has also had spells at Swindon Town, Bradford City and Notts County.

He joined Stevenage in the summer of 2021 and had held talks over a potential new contract following the club’s promotion to League One this season.

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AFC Wimbledon goalkeeper Nik Tzanev has been called up to represent New Zealand in their upcoming friendly internationals against Sweden and Qatar.

Nik’s first appearance for his country was back in 2018 against Chinese Taipei, whilst he has also been called up on two other occasions.

He will now be hoping to be involved for the games due to take place in Stockholm on Friday 16 June against Sweden and in Vienna against Qatar on Monday 19 June.

The Wellington-born keeper played a part in 39 league games for the Dons in 2022/23, keeping 13 clean sheets.

We wish Nik all the very best in his country’s upcoming games

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