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AFC Wimbledon keen on summer transfer for Sutton striker

AFC Wimbledon are keen on signing Sutton United forward Harry Smith this summer, the South London Press understands.

Johnnie Jackson’s side are one of a number of teams that have expressed interest in signing the striker this summer.

Despite Sutton’s relegation to the National League, the 28-year-old made a significant impact with 19 goal contributions across all competitions, including netting 11 times in League Two.

Our paper reported at the end of the campaign that the Dons were looking to bolster their forward department and want to add two options to their ranks over the off-season, with Josh Davison likely to leave Plough Lane this summer.

Ex-Millwall striker Smith, who has also had spells at Leyton Orient and Northampton during his career, has played more than 150 times in League Two and has 50 goal contributions at the level to his name.

The Dons signed Omar Bugiel on a free transfer from Sutton last summer, with the Lebanese international becoming a hit at SW19.

Josh Kelly was also signed in the January transfer window after Ali Al-Hamadi was sold to Ipswich for a club-record fee of the phoenix era.

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