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Football League media talk 05/06/14

5 June 2014

Here are Thursday 5th June's hot topics in the eyes of the media that cover The Football League:

Fleetwood Town: Plans for new £6m training complex approved (BBC Sport): Fleetwood Town have been granted permission to begin work on a new £6m training complex in Thornton.

Sheffield United: Butler chase doesn't signal end for Harry (The Star): Andy Butler, the former Walsall defender, emerged as manager Nigel Clough's preferred option to bolster a back four which kept 17 clean sheets in League 1 competition last term after announcing he is parting company with Dean Smith's side.

Taylor on Posh move: "I wanted to join a team capable of winning things" (Peterborough Telegraph): New Peterborough United signing Jon Taylor believes he has joined a team of winners.

Bristol Rovers reject an offer from Premier League Hull City for rising star Alefe Santos (Bristol Post): Bristol Rovers reject an offer from Premier League Hull City for rising star Alefe Santos.

Yeovil Town boss Gary Johnson is 'delighted' to sign Aaron Martin (Western Daily Press): Yeovil Town have bolstered their defensive ranks ahead of the 2014/15 season by beating Coventry to the signing of former Birmingham centre-half Aaron Martin.

Wolves agree deal to sign Barcelona midfielder (Shropshire Star): Wolves have agreed a deal to snap up promising Barcelona midfielder Jordi Ortega.

Huddersfield Town expecting transfer market to heat up as they try to move strikers on (The Huddersfield Daily Examiner): Huddersfield Town are ready to play the waiting game over out-of-favour frontmen Martin Paterson and Jon Stead.

Fraizer Campbell release clause triggered as Leicester make £800,000 bid for Cardiff striker (Mail Online): Leicester City have triggered Fraizer Campbell's release clause at Cardiff with an £800,000 bid for the striker.

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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