Here are a selection of Monday 23rd June's big stories in the eyes of the media that cover The Football League:
Riga making plans (Blackpool Gazette): New Blackpool manager Jose Riga will be behind his desk at Bloomfield Road from Monday and has been busy planning for the massive task of rebuilding the Seasiders squad.
Peeters promises more Charlton signings to follow Buyens and Vetokele (London 24): New Charlton manager Bob Peeters says the Addicks are in negotiations with a number of transfer targets as they look to strengthen their squad ahead of next season.
Millers To Smash Record Again? (Vital Football): Rotherham United Chairman Tony Stewart has hinted that the Millers could smash their transfer record for the second time during the season.
Latics join race for Charlton defender (Wigan Today): Wigan have joined the race to sign highly-rated Charlton defender Michael Morrison.
Bradford City boss Phil Parkinson scouring Premier League for loan signings (Telegraph and Argus): City boss Phil Parkinson will again tap into his vast array of contacts as he continues his search for further new recruits.
Crawley Town to make two new signings (Crawley Observer): "At least" two new signings are expected to arrive at Crawley Town by the end of next week, chief executive Michael Dunford has said.
Summer recruitment 'there or thereabouts' says Scunthorpe United boss Russ Wilcox (Scunthorpe Telegraph): Scunthorpe United's work in the transfer market is 'there or thereabouts' according to Russ Wilcox.
Gary Rowett is prepared to wait for Burton Albion loan star Zeli Ismail (Burton Mail): Gary Rowett says Burton Albion are keen to bring Zeli Ismail back to the club, but accepts he might have to bide his time for the talented winger.
Robbie Simpson keen to play part in Cambridge United revival (Cambridge News): Robbie Simpson admitted having "butterflies in my stomach" when the chance to return to Cambridge United came up.
I had options but joining Carlisle Utd felt right (News and Star): New boy Danny Grainger today admitted joining boyhood heroes Carlisle United was a dream come true.
These stories have been reproduced from a variety of today's media sources and they do not represent the views of The Football League.