Here are a selection of Wednesday 30th July's stories from the media that cover The Football League:
Peterborough United: Ben Alnwick looking long-term with Posh (BBC Radio Cambridgeshire): New signing Ben Alnwick says he is looking to settle down at Peterborough after spending much of his career to date on the move.
Exeter City's bid to sign strikers waits on PFA debt (Western Morning News): Paul Tisdale is hoping that Exeter City can soon pay off their Professional Footballers Association debt to allow him to bring striker Graham Cummins to St James' Park.
Huddersfield Town's Radoslaw Majewski aims to prove he is Premier League class in season-long loan from Nottingham Forest (The Huddersfield Daily Examiner): Radoslaw Majewski aims to prove he is a Premier League-class player during his season-long loan at Town.
Scunthorpe United close in on deal for ex-Sheffield Wednesday centre-back Miguel Llera (Scunthorpe Telegraph): Scunthorpe United are closing in on a deal to sign free agent Miguel Llera.
Port Vale: Micky Adams chases striker to complete jigsaw (The Sentinel): Micky Adams is targeting one more signing after sealing a loan deal for defender Frederic Veseli.
Star trio on trial at Ewood Park (Lancashire Telegraph): Former Aston Villa defender Carlos Cuellar is training with Blackburn Rovers as Gary Bowyer looks to strengthen his back four before the season gets underway.
Shaun Derry pleased Ronan Murray has signed a new deal at Notts County (Nottingham Post): Shaun Derry was pleased to secure Ronan Murray's long-term future after the striker signed a new contract.
Leyton Orient on verge of signing former Arsenal and Hull City forward Jay Simpson (Guardian Series): Leyton Orient are on the verge of signing former Arsenal striker Jay Simpson.
Chelsea midfielder George Saville poised for Middlesbrough loan move as Jose Mourinho sends second player to link up with his former Real Madrid assistant Aitor Karanka (Daily Mail): Middlesbrough are lining up a move for Chelsea midfielder George Saville.
These stories have been reproduced from a variety of today's media sources and they do not represent the views of The Football League.