Here are Wednesday 4th June's hot topics in the eyes of the media that cover The Football League:
Newcastle United ponder £8m McCormack swoop (Sunderland Echo): Newcastle United are weighing up an £8m swoop for Leeds United hotshot Ross McCormack.
Notts County set to seal deal to train at Arnold Town next season (Nottingham Post): Notts County are on the verge of striking a deal with Arnold Town which will see them use their Eagle Valley base as a new training ground.
Boro loan target Kenneth Omeruo aims to use World Cup to secure Chelsea first team place (Gazette Live): Middlesbrough loan target Kenneth Omeruo aims to win a place in the Chelsea first team by impressing in Brazil.
Bristol City linked with move for full-back Conor McLaughlin (Western Daily Press): Bristol City have been linked with a move for Fleetwood right-back Conor McLaughlin.
Wolves have second bid rejected for Harry Maguire (Birmingham Mail): Sheffield United have handed Wolves a stark warning that the Blades want Harry Maguire to see out the remaining 12 months of his contract should he refuse to sign a new deal.
Wisdom says Reds will reap benefits of Derby loan (Liverpool Echo): Andre Wisdom believes Liverpool will reap the benefits of his loan spell at Derby County.
Barnsley and Sheffield United linked with loan move for Derby County defender (Derby Telegraph): Barnsley and Sheffield United have been linked with a loan move for Derby County defender Mark O'Brien.
Yeovil Town boss Gary Johnson compiling list of transfer targets as Milllwall, Rotherham United, Leeds United and Ipswich Town monitor key duo (Western Gazette): Yeovil Town manager Gary Johnson is currently compiling a list of potential signings he believes he can bring to the club.
Mansfield Town beat off interest from Hamburg and Genoa to sign striker Alex Fisher (Nottingham Post): Mansfield Town have signed striker Alex Fisher from Italian club AC Monza, subject to international clearance.
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