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Milton Keynes is in need of a stadium and a high quality football team to go with it would make the vision complete. All the relevant authorities have been consulted along the way to ensure the stadium will be a success. It will bring thousands of new jobs to the city and the cultural and economic effects will be immense Nearby Bletchley would benefit from £150 million pound investment plan – providing quality jobs in the creative industries. A new railway station would be built with a Wembley Way style walkway giving direct access to the ground. There would also be an improved transport system. The stadium complex would also house hotels, bars, restaurants and conference and media centres. Shops would also be buit near the Sanctuary nightclub Within three seasons, the MK Dons (a possible team name) could be playing host to teams like Manchester United, Leeds, Liverpool and Tottenham Hotspur.

Sky Sports Report

Wimbledon and Coventry are "poles apart" from agreeing a deal for the transfer of striker John Hartson according to Dons manager Terry Burton. Sky Blues boss Gordon Strachan was reported to have offered £5million for the Welsh international in a bid to strengthen his attacking options for City's fight against relegation. But Burton has revealed an agreement is far from imminent as the Premiership club’s offer falls short of that expected by The Dons, who also confirmed that talks are taking place regarding the possibility of the club relocating to Milton Keynes. Burton said: "Coventry have made an enquiry but at the moment we are poles apart from agreeing a deal which is acceptable." Welsh international Hartson has already completed a £2.5m transfer from Luton to Arsenal, a £3.2m switch to West Ham and a £7m move to Selhurst Park. In December, Hartson was linked with a move to Celtic as Dons boss Terry Burton sought to reduce his wage bill, but it came to nothing. The Dons manager also confirmed he had received no further contact from Newcastle, who last week expressed their interest in signing Marcus Gayle as cover for the injured Alan Shearer. Burton said: "They made an enquiry last week and that is the last we've heard so I imagine that is it." Meanwhile, deputy chairman Charles Koppel has issued a statement regarding the speculation surrounding Wimbledon's possible move out of London. The statement read: "It is well known that in order to build a solid foundation for the future of Wimbledon Football Club we must find a solution to the age old problem of not having our own home ground. "In this regard the owners are evaluating other opportunities and proposals that have been presented to us, Milton Keynes being one of these. "As of today Wimbledon Football Club has made no definitive commitment to relocate the club to Milton Keynes or to any other venue. MK Web Report Milton Keynes is in need of a stadium and a high quality football team to go with it would make the vision complete. All the relevant authorities have been consulted along the way to ensure the stadium will be a success. It will bring thousands of new jobs to the city and the cultural and economic effects will be immense Nearby Bletchley would benefit from £150 million pound investment plan – providing quality jobs in the creative industries. A new railway station would be built with a Wembley Way style walkway giving direct access to the ground. There would also be an improved transport system. The stadium complex would also house hotels, bars, restaurants and conference and media centres. Shops would also be buit near the Sanctuary nightclub Within three seasons, the MK Dons (a possible team name) could be playing host to teams like Manchester United, Leeds, Liverpool and Tottenham Hotspur. Sky Sports Report Wimbledon and Coventry are "poles apart" from agreeing a deal for the transfer of striker John Hartson according to Dons manager Terry Burton. Sky Blues boss Gordon Strachan was reported to have offered £5million for the Welsh international in a bid to strengthen his attacking options for City's fight against relegation. But Burton has revealed an agreement is far from imminent as the Premiership club’s offer falls short of that expected by The Dons, who also confirmed that talks are taking place regarding the possibility of the club relocating to Milton Keynes. Burton said: "Coventry have made an enquiry but at the moment we are poles apart from agreeing a deal which is acceptable." Welsh international Hartson has already completed a £2.5m transfer from Luton to Arsenal, a £3.2m switch to West Ham and a £7m move to Selhurst Park. In December, Hartson was linked with a move to Celtic as Dons boss Terry Burton sought to reduce his wage bill, but it came to nothing. The Dons manager also confirmed he had received no further contact from Newcastle, who last week expressed their interest in signing Marcus Gayle as cover for the injured Alan Shearer. Burton said: "They made an enquiry last week and that is the last we've heard so I imagine that is it." Meanwhile, deputy chairman Charles Koppel has issued a statement regarding the speculation surrounding Wimbledon's possible move out of London. The statement read: "It is well known that in order to build a solid foundation for the future of Wimbledon Football Club we must find a solution to the age old problem of not having our own home ground. "In this regard the owners are evaluating other opportunities and proposals that have been presented to us, Milton Keynes being one of these. "As of today Wimbledon Football Club has made no definitive commitment to relocate the club to Milton Keynes or to any other venue. MK Web Report Milton Keynes is in need of a stadium and a high quality football team to go with it would make the vision complete. All the relevant authorities have been consulted along the way to ensure the stadium will be a success. It will bring thousands of new jobs to the city and the cultural and economic effects will be immense Nearby Bletchley would benefit from £150 million pound investment plan – providing quality jobs in the creative industries. A new railway station would be built with a Wembley Way style walkway giving direct access to the ground. There would also be an improved transport system. The stadium complex would also house hotels, bars, restaurants and conference and media centres. Shops would also be buit near the Sanctuary nightclub Within three seasons, the MK Dons (a possible team name) could be playing host to teams like Manchester United, Leeds, Liverpool and Tottenham Hotspur. Sky Sports Report Wimbledon and Coventry are "poles apart" from agreeing a deal for the transfer of striker John Hartson according to Dons manager Terry Burton. Sky Blues boss Gordon Strachan was reported to have offered £5million for the Welsh international in a bid to strengthen his attacking options for City's fight against relegation. But Burton has revealed an agreement is far from imminent as the Premiership club’s offer falls short of that expected by The Dons, who also confirmed that talks are taking place regarding the possibility of the club relocating to Milton Keynes. Burton said: "Coventry have made an enquiry but at the moment we are poles apart from agreeing a deal which is acceptable." Welsh international Hartson has already completed a £2.5m transfer from Luton to Arsenal, a £3.2m switch to West Ham and a £7m move to Selhurst Park. In December, Hartson was linked with a move to Celtic as Dons boss Terry Burton sought to reduce his wage bill, but it came to nothing. The Dons manager also confirmed he had received no further contact from Newcastle, who last week expressed their interest in signing Marcus Gayle as cover for the injured Alan Shearer. Burton said: "They made an enquiry last week and that is the last we've heard so I imagine that is it." Meanwhile, deputy chairman Charles Koppel has issued a statement regarding the speculation surrounding Wimbledon's possible move out of London. The statement read: "It is well known that in order to build a solid foundation for the future of Wimbledon Football Club we must find a solution to the age old problem of not having our own home ground. "In this regard the owners are evaluating other opportunities and proposals that have been presented to us, Milton Keynes being one of these. "As of today Wimbledon Football Club has made no definitive commitment to relocate the club to Milton Keynes or to any other venue.

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