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Football League media talk 15/07/14

15 July 2014

Here are a selection of Tuesday 15th July's big stories in the eyes of the media that cover The Football League:

Medy Elito: VVV Venlo set to sign Dagenham & Redbridge winger (BBC Sport): Dagenham & Redbridge winger Medy Elito is set to leave the League 2 club and join Dutch side VVV Venlo.

Derby County reject Sheffield United bid for defender (Derby Telegraph): Derby County have turned down a bid from Sheffield United for defender Kieron Freeman.

Roger Riera: Nottingham Forest chasing ex-Barcelona defender (BBC Sport): Nottingham Forest are looking to sign teenage Barcelona defender Roger Riera, reports BBC Radio Nottingham.

Liverpool starlet heading for exit as Chesterfield potentially offer end to Adam Morgan's Yeovil Town spell (Western Gazette): Yeovil Town manager Gary Johnson has confirmed Adam Morgan's future lies away from the club after he was linked to moves to Scotland and Chesterfield.

Former Plymouth Argyle goalkeeper Jake Cole completes move to Woking (Plymouth Herald): Former Plymouth Argyle goalkeeper Jake Cole has signed for Football Conference club Woking.

Former Sky Blues striker Lukas Jutkiewicz expected to make Premier League switch with Burnley (Coventry Telegraph): One-time Sky Blues forward Lukas Jutkiewicz looks set to join Premier League new-boys Burnley today.

Shrewsbury Town closing in on next signing (Shropshire Star): The Greenhous Meadow chief is keen to add to his squad and has been running the rule over a quartet of trialists.

Who you wanted to see Colin Cooper sign at Hartlepool United (Hartlepool Mail): A clear majority of Hartlepool United fans say they would love to see former Welsh international Rob Earnshaw sign for the club, after an internet poll.

Wolves' Zeli Ismail set for Notts County loan (Express and Star): Winger Zeli Ismail is today set to become the first of three Wolves loan exits with Notts County now leading the chase to sign him.

Derby County and Sheffield United trials made me a better keeper, says Sam Vince (Lincolnshire Echo): Sam Vince believes his trial spells at Derby County and Sheffield United have made him a better keeper after finally committing his future to Boston United.

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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