Here are a selection of Monday 16th June's big stories in the eyes of the media that cover The Football League:
Bees battling Bournemouth and Norwich for Coventry City star (Get West London): Warburton targeting £2million swoop for in-demand Callum Wilson.
Lee Clark set to sign Clayton Donaldson (Birmingham Mail): Birmingham City look to have won the tussle for the services of Clayton Donaldson. The Brentford striker has been in talks with Blues about a Bosman free transfer.
Derby County club captain Shaun Barker continues on his road to recovery (Derby Telegraph): While most of his team-mates have been having a well-earned rest, Derby County club captain Shaun Barker has been continuing his long road to recovery.
Leeds United: Ambitious Fulham ready to step up bid to sign McCormack (Yorkshire Evening Post): Fulham are expected to step up their pursuit of Leeds United skipper Ross McCormack this week.
Top foreign team could visit Chesterfield (The Star): Spireites are hoping to complete their warm up fixtures with a home game against top level overseas opposition on 2nd August.
Bristol City boss Steve Cotterill may try to get goalkeeper Simon Moore on loan again (Bristol Post): Steve Cotterill is open to the idea of bringing goalkeeper Simon Moore back to Bristol City on a season-long loan.
It's deal or no deal for Troy (Swindon Advertiser): Troy Archibald-Henville remains in discussions with Swindon Town regarding the possibility of a new contract at the County Ground.
PNE close in on striker (Lancashire Evening Post): Preston North End are hopeful of making further headway in the transfer market this week as their summer strengthening programme gathers pace.
Burton Albion could dip into loan market for keeper if the right signing fails to materialise (Burton Mail): Gary Rowett will not be afraid to use the loan market to find a goalkeeper for Burton Albion - but will still try to sign a keeper full-time at the Pirelli Stadium.
Boss confident Connor Goldson will stay with Shrewsbury Town (Shropshire Star): Shrewsbury Town boss Micky Mellon expects to see defender Connor Goldson back at the club for pre-season training at the end of the month.
Daggers striker touch and go to return for start of season (Barking and Dagenham Post): Rhys Murphy may be making progress in his return to full fitness, but Dagenham & Redbridge boss Wayne Burnett insists he won't rush the striker back.
Andres Gurrieri considers his future after Plymouth Argyle exit (Plymouth Herald): Andres Gurrieri has not ruled out continuing his football career in England after failing to agree a new contract with Plymouth Argyle.
These stories have been reproduced from a variety of today's media sources and they do not represent the views of The Football League.