HITC Sport understands a number of clubs are weighing up moves for Cardiff defender Ryan Pryce.
Hull, Portsmouth and Fleetwood Town are considering moves for Cardiff City defender Ryan Pryce this summer, HITC Sport understands from sources close to the club.
Pryce joined Cardiff last summer from The New Saints after impressing for the Welsh Premier League side.
The attacking full-back caught the eye of Cardiff and a number of Premier League clubs during the Jamie Vardy V9 academy trials which are aimed at giving non-league players the chance to move into professional football.
Pryce has yet to break into the Cardiff first-team since his arrival, but he has been a regular for the club’s Under-23s side and his performances have brought him to the attention of several Football League sides.
Championship outfit Hull City and League One duo Portsmouth and Fleetwood Town are admirers of Pryce and they are actively monitoring the defender’s situation at Cardiff.
Pryce is out of contract at Cardiff this summer and he is waiting to see if he will be offered fresh terms to stay in the Welsh capital.
If Pryce does not end up extending his stay at Cardiff he is sure to have no shortage of takers with Hull, Portsmouth and Fleetwood all waiting in the wings to sign the player this summer as they look to strengthen their squads.