Here are a selection of Thursday 19th June's big stories in the eyes of the media that cover The Football League:
Fulham striker eyes Cottage exit (Get West London): Former Croatia boss Slaven Bilic has Mitroglou on his radar.
Blackburn Rovers striker Jordan Slew interesting Ross County (Lancashire Telegraph): Forgotten Blackburn Rovers forward Jordan Slew is wanted by Ross County.
Scholes admires Latics boss's style (Oldham Chronicle): Paul Scholes won't be taking on the managerial reins at his beloved Athletic any time soon - but the legendary playmaker has given a ringing endorsement of current boss Lee Johnson.
Notts County set to seal Keane signing, while Balmy pens new deal (Nottingham Post): Notts County are set to wrap up the signing of Cieron Keane - and also retain talented youngster Jeremy Balmy.
Port Vale boss Micky Adams set to look at trialists (Stoke Sentinel): Port Vale manager Micky Adams is set to top up his squad by considering trialists and loan deals after a frustrating summer in the transfer market so far.
Home start pleases Bantams boss Phil Parkinson as he sets sights on increasing size of squad (Telegraph and Argus): Phil Parkinson surveyed City's opening fixtures with optimism yesterday and then spoke of the importance of assembling a squad capable of improving on last season's 11th-placed finish.
Plymouth Argyle manager John Sheridan targets defensive recruits (BBC Sport): Plymouth Argyle manager John Sheridan wants to strengthen his defence before the start of pre-season.
Tramere's Ihiekwe has his sights set on a first team place (Liverpool Echo): The new signing believes his experience at Cheltenham will help their promotion push
Mansfield Town skipper Adam Murray 'optimistic but realistic' ahead of new season (Nottingham Post): Adam Murray will approach Mansfield Town's new season with a mixture of 'optimism and realism'.
Doyle: I can be a leader for Morecambe (Morecambe Visitor): Chris Doyle believes he can be a leader in the future for Morecambe.
These stories have been reproduced from a variety of today's media sources and they do not represent the views of The Football League.