Chuks Aneke signs new deal with MK Dons

By Daily Sports on August 18, 2017

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Former Arsenal wonderkid Chuks Aneke, 24, has penned a fresh two-year deal with MK Dons, the League One club have officially announced.

The ex-England youth-teamer has struggled with injuries since he joined The Dons and only returned to training for the first time in five months this week.

MK Dons decided to offer Aneke a new contract based on his performances prior to his spell on the sidelines, having scored 4 goals in 15 appearances in the league.

Born in London to Nigerian parents, the attacking midfielder was on the books of Arsenal for thirteen years, and spent time on loan at Stevenage, Preston and Crewe while at The Gunners.

He represented Belgian First Division A club Zulte Waregem for two seasons before returning to England in 2016.

•Photo shows Chuks Aneke.

Source Daily Sports

Posted August 18, 2017

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