who played for the USA at the U-20 and U-23 level, signed with the MLS's New England Revolution on Thursday after six years in England.
He started out at Ipswich Town
and then Southampton but never played first-team action before joining the second-level MK Dons.
Cropper, 23, was released by MK Dons this summer, making him an free agent eligible to be
registered by MLS after the close of the summer window.
"Cody is a player whose development we've been tracking the past few years," Revolution general manager Michael Burns
"He's a promising young goalkeeper and we're excited to bring him to New England."
Cropper has been mentioned as a potential target of both MLS's 2017 expansion teams, Atlanta and
Minnesota, where he lived.