American-born winger/forward Jemal Johnson is looking for a new club after parting ways with MK Dons. The sided failed to reach an agreement on a new contract, clearing the way for Johnson’s departure. Johnson enjoyed a strong first half of the English First Division season before falling out of favor in recent months. There have been suggestions that Johnson’s failure to sign a new deal played a part in his benching. Where would you like to see Johnson go? Share your thoughts below.
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