Wrexham strengthen defence with Carlisle United vice-captain and Bromley sign five - latest National League transfers

Former Chesterfield midfielder Tom Whelan has joined Eastleigh.Former Chesterfield midfielder Tom Whelan has joined Eastleigh.
Former Chesterfield midfielder Tom Whelan has joined Eastleigh.
Here is a round-up of the latest National League transfers:


The Red Dragons have signed centre-back Aaron Hayden from League Two Carlisle United for an undisclosed fee.

The 24-year-old, who has signed a three-year deal, was Carlisle’s vice-captain.

Hayden is Wrexham’s sixth summer signing.


The Ravens have made five new signings.

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Manager Andy Woodman has brought in former Millwall academy striker George Alexander, 20, following a successful trial where he scored three goals in pre-season.

Joining Alexander at Bromley is winger Harry Forster, 21, who was on loan at the club from Watford last season, and former Arsenal academy winger, Nathan Tormey, 21, has penned a deal having also impressed on trial.

The trio are joined by former Watford defender Toby Stevenson, 21, and midfielder Archie Burnett, 18, from Isthmian League Premier Division side Margate.


The Magpies have signed striker Kairo Mitchell, 23, from Chesterfield for an undisclosed fee.


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The Moors have loaned Stockport County midfielder Lois Maynard for the upcoming season.

Maynard made 30 appearances for the Hatters in the last campaign.

The 32-year-old won promotion from the National League with Salford City in 2019.


Young central defender Joe Low has joined on loan until January from Championship side Bristol City.

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Low has come through the Ashton Gate academy and is a Wales under-19 international.

The Spitfires have also signed former Chesterfield midfielder Tom Whelan.


Alty have bolstered their attacking options with former Morecambe striker A-Jay Leitch-Smith, 31, after he impressed on trial.

Phil Parkinson has also snapped up former Rotherham United and Preston North End midfielder Ben Pringle, 33, on a free transfer.