Fri 27 April 2018 10:45, UK

HITC Sport understands the Woking defender is set for a Football League move this summer.

Working defender Nathan Ralph is set to leave the club at the end of the season with a number of Football League clubs chasing his signature, HITC Sport understands.

The 25-year-old is out of contract at Woking at the end of the season and he has informed the club he plans to move this summer

Ralph joined Woking in the summer of 2016 from Newport County, and he has been a consistent performer for the Conference National side.

Despite Woking’s slide down the table Ralph has impressed at left-back, and his displays during the club’s FA Cup run this season have brought him to the attention of several Football League suitors.

Woking rejected two bids from Football League clubs for Ralph during the January transfer window and several other teams are now ready to make a move for him on a free transfer.

Charlton and AFC Wimbledon are both understood to be long-term admirers of Ralph

Several clubs are expected to watch Ralph in action in Woking’s home clash with Dover this weekend as they weigh up a move for the former Peterborough youngster.

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