Here are a selection of Thursday 31st July's stories from the media that cover The Football League:
Ainsworth hails exciting new Wycombe signings (Get Bucks): Gareth Ainsworth has told Wycombe Wanderers fans to be prepared to be excited by his two loan signings from Rotherham.
Cardiff City striker Joe Mason set to go out on loan - after he signs a new contract (Wales Online): Ole Gunnar Solskjaer believes Joe Mason has a bright Bluebirds future - even though he is set to send the young striker out on loan.
Walsall: Ashley Grimes aiming to 'put last season straight' with move (BBC WM 95.6): Ashley Grimes wants to reinvigorate his career at Walsall after a season of "disappointment" with Bury.
Boro set to complete the signing of former Real Mallorca flanker Emilio Nsue (Gazette Live): Boro are set to complete the signing of flying flanker Emilio Nsue on a three-year deal.
Wrexham loan deal for goalkeeper Dimitar Evtimov collapses (BBC Sport): Wrexham manager Kevin Wilkin has said the proposed loan deal for Bulgarian goalkeeper Dimitar Evtimov from Nottingham Forest is now off.
Robbo knows Dons aren't quite set yet (Milton Keynes Citizen): There is still work to be done off the field before Karl Robinson feels his MK Dons side will be ready to get back on it for the first game of the season.
Latics' boss seeks cure to injury headache (Manchester Evening News): Oldham Athletic manager Lee Johnson has several injury concerns ahead of his side's final pre-season match against Huddersfield Town.
Max Clayton: Former Crewe striker training with Wolves (BBC Radio Stoke): Former Crewe striker Max Clayton is training with Championship newcomers Wolves, reports BBC Radio Stoke.
Brentford reject Wigan Athletic's bid for Adam Forshaw (Get west London): Brentford have rejected a bid from Championships rivals Wigan Athletic for Adam Forshaw.
Argyle boss John Sheridan close to completing loan deal for 'defensive' player (Plymouth Herald): John Sheridan hopes to add an on-loan 'defensive' player to the ranks at Plymouth Argyle at the start of next week.
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