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Football League media talk 11/06/14

11 June 2014

Here are a selection of Wednesday 11th June's big stories in the eyes of the media that cover The Football League:

Norwich City: Gary Hooper to stay despite Lewis Grabban arrival (BBC Radio Norfolk): Norwich City boss Neil Adams has said the arrival of Lewis Grabban does not mean Gary Hooper will be leaving.

Walsall: Mantom & Downing up for the task of replacing Andy Butler (BBC WM): Walsall duo Sam Mantom and Paul Downing are looking forward to the challenge of replacing captain Andy Butler after his departure to Sheffield United.

Lucas Akins: Burton Albion in talks with Stevenage striker (BBC Radio Derby): Burton Albion are discussing personal terms with Stevenage forward Lucas Akins, BBC Radio Derby reports.

Stekelenburg unsure over Fulham future (Get West London): Maarten Stekelenburg has hinted he could leave Fulham this summer following relegation from the Premier League.

Rangers boss Ally McCoist wants to make Cardiff City midfielder Don Cowie his next summer signing, according to reports (Wales Online): Rangers recently signed ex-Bluebirds striker Kenny Miller as they gear up for life in the Scottish Championship - and now reportedly want Cowie.

Coventry City deny £600k price tag for out-of-contract Cyrus Christie (Coventry Telegraph): Coventry City have denied they've slapped a £600,000 price tag on soon to be out-of-contract Cyrus Christie.

Albion could be priced out of renewed move for Orient winger (The Argus): Albion could be priced out of making a renewed move for Leyton Orient's highly-rated winger Moses Odubajo.

Still confirms Drury enquiry (Luton Today): Hatters boss John Still has confirmed he is trying to sign ex-Luton midfielder Andy Drury from Crawley Town.

Southend United boss Phil Brown eyes Premier League strikers (Southend Echo): Southend United manager Phil Brown is lining up a summer swoop on two strikers currently with Premier League clubs.

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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