Here are a selection of Monday 7th July's big stories in the eyes of the media that cover The Football League:

Barnsley: Wilson in a hurry for signings (The Star): Barnsley boss Danny Wilson will step up his search for new recruits this week with the League One season fast-approaching.

'I won't let David Marshall leave without a fight' Cardiff City boss Solskjaer gets tough in transfer market (Wales Online): Cardiff City boss Ole Gunnar Solskjaer has vowed to fight to keep hold of goalkeeper David Marshall.

Bristol City reject Hove Albion's bid for top scorer Sam Baldock (Western Daily Press): Bristol City have demonstrated their determination to keep hold of top-scorer Sam Baldock by rejecting a bid from Brighton and Hove Albion.

Bristol City close to sealing the deal for Yeovil Town defender Luke Ayling (Western Daily Press): Bristol City will complete the signing of defender Luke Ayling today after agreeing a compensation fee with Yeovil Town.

Millwall winger: Holloway factor crucial in contract talks (News at Den): Lee Martin admits he would have walked away from Millwall at the end of last season had Steve Lomas remained as manager.

Brentford scouring Europe for final summer signings (GetWest London): Brentford are scouring Europe for the final pieces to their Championship jigsaw.

Bolton won't be drawn into a bidding war for Boro striker Lukas Jutkiewicz (Gazette Live): Lukas Jutkiewicz remains top of Dougie Freedman's summer shopping list - but Bolton are willing to bide their time and won't be drawn into a bidding war for the Boro front-man.

Eagle backs Awford to soar (Portsmouth News): Jim Smith has tipped Andy Awford to go to the top of the management tree.

Graham Kavanagh halfway to getting his Carlisle United squad (News and Star): Blues boss Graham Kavanagh reckons he is now halfway towards building a squad that can compete for League Two promotion next season.

Sami Hyypia urges Leo Ulloa to stay (The Argus): Albion boss Sami Hyypia has held talks with Leo Ulloa over his future and urged him to stay.

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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