Sullay Kaikai completes transfer to MK Dons

Sullay Kaikai has finalized his move to League One side MK Dons in a deal that will last until the end of the season after he departs from Wycombe Wanderers.

The 27-year-old, who played a total of 33 games across an 18-month spell at Adams Park, joins MK Dons after having his contract with the Chairboys canceled by mutual consent.

The Sierra Leonean winger made 10 appearances this season for  Wycombe Wanderers.

Following his departure, a club statement read: “Everyone at Wycombe thanks Sullay for his efforts, and wishes him every success for the future.”

He is the fourth Dons signing since the appointment of Mark Jackson as head coach, following Jonathan Leko, Max Dean and Paris Maghoma.

“He’s a player who has been high on our priority list during this transfer window and we’ve done a lot of work on him,” said Jackson.

“He’s a player we believe can be a really good fit in what we want to do, in an out of possession, and he will bring real attacking impetus to our game.”

Speaking on his move to the north of the county, Kaikai said: “This is a great club with a great style of play which attracts players to come here.

“I’m just excited now to get started and hopefully I can hit the ground running.

“When I knew MK Dons were interested, it was something I felt that suited me.

“I am a player who likes to get into good areas and express myself and I know that fits in with what the Head Coach wants us to do.”

Kaikai began his career at Crystal Palace, appearing for them in the Premier League, and subsequently had spells with Dutch club NAC Breda and Blackpool before moving to Wycombe.

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