Here are Friday 6th June's hot topics in the eyes of the media that cover The Football League:
Brendan Galloway on Everton radar as Blues ponder move for MK Dons youngster (Mail Online): Everton are interested in MK Dons midfielder Brendan Galloway.
Blues targeting return for former loan striker Wes Thomas (Birmingham Mail): Birmingham City are in the hunt to bring striker Wes Thomas back to St Andrew's.
Burton Albion signing John Mousinho was 'number one target' (Derby Telegraph): Burton Albion manager Gary Rowett is delighted to have again snapped up a player with League 1 experience after signing John Mousinho on a two-year deal.
Barnsley: Academy chief backs trio to flourish after signing pro deals (The Star): Reds Academy boss Ronnie Branson has tipped the club's three new senior professionals to flourish after signing their first deals.
Chesterfield: Sam Morsy set for new deal (The Star): Spireites are set to announce an extension to Player of the Year Sam Morsy's contract.
Crewe Alexandra: Steve Davis will use loan market for crucial roles (The Sentinel): Steve Davis has hinted he will use the loan market to fill a couple of crucial positions next season.
Leeds United reject Newcastle United offer for McCormack (Yorkshire Evening Post): Leeds United have rejected Newcastle United's approach for top scorer Ross McCormack.
Wolves make third 'take it or leave it' bid for Harry Maguire (Birmingham Mail): Wolves understood to have offered £2 million for Blades defender after first two bids rejected.
Carlisle boss won't be rushed into signings (News and Star): Graham Kavanagh today urged Carlisle United fans not to panic at the lack of transfer activity as it was revealed that season ticket sales are massively down at the relegated club.
Watford set to sign Ecuador international Juan Carlos Paredes and consider move for Udinese's Odion Ighalo (Watford Observer): The Hornets are set to sign Ecuador international Juan Carlos Paredes and are considering a move for Udinese striker Odion Ighalo, the Watford Observer understands.
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