MK Dons and Chesterfield eye Woking's Ralph

General view of boots and a football before the match

HITC understands a number of clubs are tracking Woking left wing-back Nathan Ralph.

General view of boots and a football before the match

Woking wing-back Nathan Ralph is attracting interest from a host of Football League clubs, including MK Dons and Chesterfield, HITC Sport understands from sources close to the club.

The energetic wing-back joined Woking in the summer on a one-year contract from Newport County, and he has been a consistent performer for the struggling Conference National side.

Ralph has impressed in the wing-back role and he has laid on 13 assists for his team-mates this season showing he is equally adept at going forward as he is defending.

Scouts from clubs higher up the football pyramid have been keeping tabs on Ralph's progress and they are ready to offer the former Peterborough youth player a return to the Football League ranks.

The 24-year-old is out of contract this summer and his possible availability on a free transfer has alerted Ralph's suitors.

HITC Sport understands that Ralph’s ability to play anywhere on the left side along with his athleticism, pace and delivery from wide areas has impressed onlooking admirers.

MK Dons manager Robbie NeilsonMK Dons manager Robbie Neilson

Ralph has been watched on several occasions by Chesterfield and MK Dons with other Football League clubs also keeping an eye on the former Ipswich Town trainee.

Woking are resigned to losing Ralph and it seems the former Yeovil Town man will have no shortage of offers this summer.

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