Here are a selection of Tuesday 8th July's big stories in the eyes of the media that cover The Football League:
Fulham clinch Ross McCormack deal (The Football League): Fulham have completed the signing of Scotland striker Ross McCormack from fellow Championship club Leeds for an undisclosed fee.
Shrewsbury: Goldson ignored agent's advice to sign new deal (BBC Radio Shropshire): Shrewsbury Town defender Connor Goldson says he defied the wishes of his agent to stay with the League Two club rather than join a higher-profile side.
Muggleton named new Northampton Town goalkeeping coach (Northampton Chronicle and Echo): The Cobblers have appointed the former Leicester City and Stoke City goalkeeper Carl Muggleton to the club's coaching staff.
Oxford United: Michael Appleton keen to make signings (BBC Radio Oxford): New Oxford United boss Michael Appleton has revealed he has identified "numerous" possible transfer targets.
Oyston: We've tabled offers for players (The Gazette): Karl Oyston says Blackpool are waiting on answers after tabling a number of "written offers" in their search for players.
No Bristol City move for Rovers striker Ryan Brunt (Western Daily Press): Bristol Rovers forward Ryan Brunt will not be rejoining cross-city rivals Bristol City.
Wolves boss not worried over lack of summer spending (Birmingham Mail): Wolverhampton Wanderers Head Coach Kenny Jackett has played down concerns at a lack of summer spending.
Aberdeen boss Derek McInnes vows to put David Goodwillie's career back on track after landing striker on one-year deal (Daily Record): Derek McInnes last night vowed to show former Blackburn Rovers striker David Goodwillie the love he has been missing - but warned the striker he must put in the graft.
Doncaster Rovers: Dickov in limbo over contracts and signings (South Yorkshire Times): Rovers are unable to offer any contracts to players until the takeover of the club is fully completed, the Star understands.
Argyle defender Jamie Richards chasing Europa League success with Linfield (Plymouth Herald): Plymouth Argyle defender Jamie Richards will hope to play his part in a night of European success for his on-loan club Linfield on Tuesday night.
These stories have been reproduced from a variety of today's media sources and they do not represent the views of The Football League.