Here are Tuesday 3rd June's hot topics in the eyes of the media that cover The Football League:
Fulham striker submits transfer request (Get West London): Fulham striker Marcello Trotta has submitted a transfer request in a bid to force a move away from Craven Cottage.
Gary Bowyer: No approach for Blackburn boss after Leeds link (BBC Radio Lancashire): Blackburn have received no enquiries to speak to manager Gary Bowyer, says managing director Derek Shaw, following reported interest from Leeds United.
Wolves close in on season ticket sales target (Birmingham Mail): Supporters have given Kenny Jackett's Wolverhampton Wanderers a massive thumbs-up with the club announcing season ticket sales have passed through the 12,500 mark.
Charlton Athletic agree deal ahead of new home kit launch (Sevenoaks Chronicle): Charlton Athletic have formed a new partnership agreement with the University of Greenwich, which will see them become the club's main shirt sponsor for the next two seasons.
Wycombe Wanderers: GT3 champion joins board (BBC Sport): Reigning British GT3 champion Andrew Howard has joined the Wycombe Wanderers board in a commercial role.
Tributes paid following death of United's first pro, Jack Casley (Oxford Mail): Former Oxford United coach Ray Graydon led the tributes to the club's first professional player, Jack Casley, who has died aged 88.
Alexander's tough call as Fleetwood duo released (Fleetwood Today): Fleetwood Town boss Graham Alexander insists tough decisions have to be made after two senior players were not offered new deals.
Crawley Town withdraw offer to Dannie Bulman, Mat Sadler, Mike Jones and Jamie Proctor (Crawley and Horley Observer): Crawley Town have withdrawn the offers made to Dannie Bulman, Mat Sadler, Mike Jones and Jamie Proctor.
Sheffield Wednesday: Owls in takeover talks (The Star): Sheffield Wednesday are reportedly in talks with Hafiz Mammadov, the owner of RC Lens, over a possible takeover at Hillsborough.
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