Here are Thursday 22nd May's hot topics in the eyes of the media that cover The Football League:
Liverpool set to raid Cardiff City and Swansea City in swoop for Steven Caulker and Michel Vorm (Wales Online): Brendan Rodgers is keen on bolstering his Reds squad after guiding the Anfield club back into the Champions League and is looking at two of his former players.
Leicester's £3m offer for Leonardo Ulloa rejected by Brighton who say Argentinean is a £7m striker (Daily Mail): Leicester have been rebuffed in an enquiry for Brighton striker Leonardo Ulloa.
Wolves want former Peterborough midfielder Tommy Rowe (Sky Sports News): Sky Sports understands Wolves are lining up a move for former Peterborough midfielder Tommy Rowe.
Posh deny interest in Rovers right-back (Peterborough Telegraph): Peterborough United Director of Football Barry Fry insists the club have no interest in highly-rated Bristol Rovers right-back Michael Smith.
Port Vale: Micky Adams says patience is key in squad development (Stoke Sentinel): Micky Adams is bracing himself for a waiting game over Port Vale's out-of-contract players as he attempts to put together a strong squad for next season.
O'Grady 'no clue' where future lies (Barnsley Chronicle): Chris O'Grady says he hasn't 'got a clue' which club he will be playing for next season but claims the Barnsley fans' support will make it hard to leave Oakwell.
Millwall to hold talks with Yeovil Town's Leeds United and Ipswich Town target Byron Webster (Western Gazette): Millwall are reported to have joined the race for Byron Webster after it was revealed this week that Yeovil Town's out-of-contract defender will not return to the club.
Transfer rumour: Nottingham Forest planning £350,000 bid for Matt Grimes (Exeter Express and Echo): Nottingham Forest have joined the race to sign highly-rated Exeter City midfielder Matt Grimes. The 18-year-old, who is also being tracked by Premier League sides Liverpool and Sunderland and Championship side Norwich City.
James Constable: Oxford United exit 'painful' (BBC Radio Oxford): Striker James Constable says his exit from Oxford United is "painful", but added he was left with little choice but to leave.
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