Here are a selection of Tuesday 1st July's big stories in the eyes of the media that cover The Football League:
Bristol Rovers winger Alefe Santos signs for Derby County (Bristol Post): Derby County have completed the signing of Bristol Rovers winger Alefe Santos.
QPR make their move for Derby star Bryson (West London Sport): QPR have tabled an offer for Derby midfielder Craig Bryson.
Reading and Bolton leading race for Cardiff City's attacking midfielder Joe Mason with £1.5m deal a possibility (Wales Online): Cardiff City's Championship rivals Reading and Bolton are leading the race to sign Joe Mason - with a £1.5m deal a possibility.
Adam Lallana transfer: Midfielder's career in pictures as he completes £25million switch to Liverpool (The Mirror): Adam Lallana has completed his £25million switch to Liverpool from Southampton, who he helped rise through The Football League.
Norwich City chief Neil Adams scotches speculation of a £10m bid for Leeds hitman Ross McCormack (Eastern Daily Press): Norwich City boss Neil Adams insisted the Canaries have not bid £10m for Leeds hitman Ross McCormack.
Former Exeter City player Alan Gow snubs Bristol Rovers deal (Express and Echo): Former Exeter City player Alan Gow is set to snub the opportunity to earn a long-term deal at Bristol Rovers.
Sheffield United: Fresh start for striker Lyle after Iron move (The Star): Striker Lyle Taylor wants to go back to basics at Scunthorpe United, after signing a two-year deal at Glanford Park yesterday.
£750k offer could be enough to secure star Bryson for Clarets (Lancashire Telegraph): Burnley's initial offer of £750,000 could be enough to land target Craig Bryson from Derby County this week, after personal terms were agreed.
Targetmen will bring best out of Rovers ace Rhodes, says Fazackerley (Lancashire Telegraph): Blackburn Rovers boss Gary Bowyer is going the right way about getting the best out of Jordan Rhodes by stacking his forward line with targetmen.
Exeter City manger Paul Tisdale facing 'simple' pre-season (BBC Radio Devon): Exeter City manager Paul Tisdale says the club's transfer embargo has made his pre-season "simple".
These stories have been reproduced from a variety of today's media sources and they do not represent the views of The Football League.