Date: 28th July 2015 at 4:11pm
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MK Dons have signed winger Rob Hall on a season-long loan deal from Bolton Wanderers.

The 21-year-old joined the Dons on loan in March last season and made a number of impressive appearances, becoming a regular in the side and scoring three goals.

Hall is out of favour at Bolton and will play out the last year of his contract at the Dons, opening up the possibility of a permanent move in a years` time.

Hall clearly appreciates the opportunity to play for a club that recognises his ability, and told MK Dons Player:

“Coming here last year and being given the freedom to go out and play my football, revived my whole season. I got on really well with the gaffer and the staff and the lads were great too.

“This was an opportunity I couldn`t turn down – at home, playing for a great club like MK Dons.”

Manager Karl Robinson was also excited to see what Hall can offer the Dons, and said:

“It was clear for all to see at the back end of last season what Hally is capable of and he`s shown tremendous hunger and desire to want to come here for a third spell – we are more than happy to have him back too.

“He`s an exciting young English talent and he`ll add another dimension to our attack.”

Hall is expected to play in tonight`s friendly against Getafe FC, and will hopefully be followed by a few more new signings this week.