Midfielder joins Conference club
Harry Pell has had his contract with AFC Wimbledon cancelled by mutual consent and the midfielder today joined Conference National side Eastleigh.
The 23-year-old, who had a loan spell at Grimsby Town earlier this season, has signed on a permanent basis for Eastleigh and he will be reunited with former Dons striker Jack Midson at the Hampshire club.
Pell made a bright start to his AFC Wimbledon career after signing from Hereford United in January, 2013, but his first-team opportunities were limited this season as he made just two starts and 10 substitute appearances.
Neal Ardley said: “Harry has spoken to me twice recently and said he was frustrated about a lack of opportunities. When Eastleigh contacted us about his availability, it was agreed that it would be in the interest of both parties to allow the player to leave.
“Harry made a great start in his first season with us and he played a key role in keeping us in the Football League. We wish him well at Eastleigh.”
Pell made 65 appearances for Wimbledon in all competitions, scoring six goals during two years at the club.
All at AFC Wimbledon wish to thank Harry Pell for his contribution in a Dons shirt and every success in his future career.