There's also talk of the possible arrival of Reading's Darren Caskey and Leicester's Tony Cottee.

It seems that more happens at Wimbledon in one week in the summer than during the average month during the season.

Ian Selley's arrival from Fulham on a free transfer sees the former Arsenal star reunited with his former mentor at the Gunners, Terry Burton, and the player is grateful for the new lease of life given to him by the Dons boss.

"It was frustrating for me at Fulham with all the injuries I had, but I am fit now and this is a great chance for me to prove myself again, perhaps I needed that new start." said Selley.

But if the arrival of Selley has strengthened the Wimbledon midfield, then the probable departure of Jason Euell will surely weaken it.

Euell is known to be frustrated that the £5million price tag put on him by the Crazy Gang management has scuppered a potential move to Charlton.

He has been in talks with Terry Burton this week to reiterate his intention to leave the Dons.

After losing Robbie Keane to Inter Milan this week for around £13million, Gordon Strachan certainly has the money available for a top class striker - while Coventry would give Euell a platform from which to mount a challenge for an England place.