Here are a selection of Thursday 12th June's big stories in the eyes of the media that cover The Football League:

Barnsley withdraw winger's offer (South Yorkshire Times): Barnsley winger Tomasz Cywka has not rejected a new contract, insist the club. But a club spokesperson revealed that the Reds withdrew Cywka's contract offer this week because the player had taken 'too long' to make his decision.

New Cambridge United recruit Johnny Hunt is ravenous for success after switch from Wrexham (Cambridge News): Johnny Hunt will bring his hunger for success and versatility to Cambridge United's squad after arriving from Wrexham.

Northampton Town in talks to sign new midfielder (Northampton Chronicle and Echo): The Cobblers are closing in on their next new addition to the squad and could announce the signing before the end of the week.

Lloyd Dyer set to join Watford after Leicester City deal rejected (Leicester Mercury): Lloyd Dyer is set to officially become a Watford player, bringing to an end his six years with Leicester City.

Huddersfield Town to widen net in search for new recruits after frustration over moves for Blackpool's Craig Cathcart and Bolton's Keith Andrews (Huddersfield Daily Examiner): Huddersfield Town have widened their search for new recruits in defence and midfield after moves for Craig Cathcart and Keith Andrews stalled.

Yeovil Town manager Gary Johnson could turn to loan market in keeper search (Western Gazette): Yeovil Town are in the hunt for two new goalkeepers this summer after Chris Dunn followed Marek Stech out of the Huish Park exit door.

Norwich City's Premier League exit hindered John Ruddy's World Cup bid, according to England chief (Norfolk Eastern Daily Press): England director of football Sir Trevor Brooking has admitted Norwich City's Premier League relegation did John Ruddy no favours in the wake of his World Cup snub from the Three Lions this summer.

New Shrewsbury signing Jayson Leutwiler aims to emulate idol Edwin van der Sar (Shropshire Star): New Shrewsbury Town signing Jayson Leutwiler is aiming to emulate the longevity of his goalkeeping idol Edwin van der Sar.

These stories have been reproduced from a variety of today's media sources and they do not represent the views of The Football League.

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