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Football League media talk 24/06/14

24 June 2014

Here are a selection of Tuesday 24th June's big stories in the eyes of the media that cover The Football League:

Championship clubs eye Manchester United keeper Sam Johnstone (Sky Sports): A host of Championship clubs are chasing Manchester United goalkeeper Sam Johnstone for loan next season, Sky Sports understands.

Sheffield Wednesday: Stuart Gray ready to embrace Owls-Lens link (BBC Radio Sheffield): Sheffield Wednesday boss Stuart Gray says he wants a strong relationship with French top-flight club Lens, who are also owned by Hafiz Mammadov.

Norwich City boss Neil Adams remains realistic over potential losses (Sky Sports): Neil Adams has warned Norwich City must be prepared to replace any players who may leave in the final week of the close season.

Hull City up the ante for Wolves target Harry Maguire (Express and Star): Hull City today upped the ante for Wolves target Harry Maguire by preparing a £2m 'take it or leave it' bid.

Dean Smith targets extra firepower for Walsall (Express and Star): Dean Smith was today continuing his hunt for more firepower after signing Tom Bradshaw - with Walsall braced for another possible Will Grigg cash boost.

Yeovil Town defender Byron Webster set for medical as Millwall fight off competition from Leeds United and Ipswich Town (Western Gazette): Millwall are set to seal a deal to sign Yeovil Town defender Byron Webster.

Crewe Alexandra: High hopes for George Cooper and no enquiries for Matt Tootle (Stoke Sentinel): Steve Davis has thrown down the gauntlet to young winger George Cooper to force his way into his plans.

Awford explains Padovani departure (Portsmouth News): Andy Awford has explained the reasons behind the exit of Romain Padovani.

New players on the way at Daggers after duo fail to sign deals (Barking and Dagenham Post): Daggers boss Wayne Burnett is closing in on new targets after hearing 'nothing' from out-of-contract right back Gavin Hoyte.

York City boss Nigel Worthington targets goalscoring midfielder (York Press): York City boss Nigel Worthington is hoping to add a goalscoring midfielder to his squad before the end of the week.

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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