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Football League media talk 10/06/14

10 June 2014

Here are a selection of Tuesday 10th June's big stories in the eyes of the media that cover The Football League:

Burton Albion close to two more signings (Burton Mail): Gary Rowett is confident of bringing in a couple of new signings to Burton Albion this week.

Former Bolton Wanderers skipper Simon Charlton tells his old club to move quickly to net Middlesbrough striker Lukas Jutkiewicz (The Bolton News): Wanderers have been urged to "get their skates on" in the pursuit of striker Lukas Jutkiewicz.

Bristol City are close to sealing deal with midfielder Wade Elliott (Western Daily Press): Bristol City are ready to offer former loan signing Wade Elliott a one-year deal.

Fulham willing to listen to offers for wantaway striker (Get West London): Fulham are willing to listen to offers for wantaway striker Marcello Trotta.

Shrewsbury Town's Micky Mellon chasing new goalkeeper (Shropshire Star): Shrewsbury Town boss Micky Mellon is on the hunt for another goalkeeper to challenge former Blackpool shot-stopper Mark Halstead for the No.1 spot.

Port Vale captain Doug Loft set to sign for Gillingham (The Sentinel): Port Vale's out of contract captain Doug Loft is set to sign for Gillingham, the Sentinel understands.

Crowdfunding initiative to boost Pompey kids (Portsmouth News): Pompey will today launch a fresh initiative aimed at raising funds to benefit the Academy.

Gregory: No Luton move for Crawley Town's Andy Drury (Crawley News): Crawley Town boss John Gregory has dismissed rumours linking Andy Drury with a move to Luton Town, insisting the midfielder would not be interested in dropping down to League 2.

Gary Holt aims to make sure history doesn't repeat in Norwich City's Premier League bid (Norfolk Eastern Daily Press): Gary Holt has vowed to return the belief to Norwich City's players - and in turn, avoid history repeating itself.

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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