Here are a selection of Thursday 26th June's big stories in the eyes of the media that cover The Football League:
Milton Keynes Dons in pole position to sign Scunthorpe United striker Sam Winnall (Scunthorpe Telegraph): Reports are linking Milton Keynes Dons with Scunthorpe United striker Sam Winnall.
George Thorne pondering next move in bid to leave West Brom (Express and Star): Albion were today awaiting George Thorne's next move in his battle to leave The Hawthorns after they rejected a second transfer request from the wantaway midfielder, who is a target for Derby County.
Spireites: Cook prepared to be patient over new signings (Derbyshire Times): Chesterfield manager Paul Cook is prepared to be patient over his search for new reinforcements.
Norwich City's derby date at Ipswich Town set for a Sunday switch (Eastern Daily Press): Norwich City's East Anglian Derby at Ipswich Town is set to be moved back to a Sunday, according to reports south of the border.
Northampton Town boss Wilder makes contract offer to central midfielder (Northampton Chronicle and Echo): Cobblers boss Chris Wilder has made a contract offer to a central midfield player who was released by a Sky Bet League 1 club this summer.
Stevenage's new signing full of optimism three years after jail term (The Advertiser): From being jailed in 2011 after being found guilty following an outbreak of football hooliganism between Brentford and Leyton Orient fans, the turn around in the life of new Stevenage signing Dean Wells could not be more acute.
Joe Davis: Leicester City interested in Port Vale defender (BBC Radio Stoke): Port Vale boss Micky Adams says Premier League side Leicester are interested in signing out-of-contract defender Joe Davis for their development squad.
Millwall relaxed on transfers after target joins Birmingham (News at Den): Ian Holloway is prepared to play the waiting game for his attacking targets.
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