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Football League media talk 28/05/14

28 May 2014

Here are Wednesday 28th May's hot topics in the eyes of the media that cover The Football League:

Inter Milan close to a deal with Monaco, Olympiakos and Benfica target Tom Ince (Daily Star): Tom Ince could be an Inter Milan player by the end of the week, but the Italian giants are planning a raid on Tottenham for £30m winger Erik Lamela if the deal falls through.

Heybridge Swifts sign former Reading star (Essex Chronicle): Heybridge Swifts have pulled off a major coup by signing former Premier League and Football League ace Glen Little.

Bluebirds swoop for Reading striker Adam Le Fondre (Reading Chronicle): Reading striker Adam Le Fondre is a major target for Cardiff City and could seal a move to South Wales before the end of the week.

Fleetwood and Northern Ireland's Conor McLaughlin off to celebrate Play-Off win in Uruguay (Daily Star): Conor McLaughlin cannot wait to finally celebrate his Wembley win with brother Ryan - all the way in South America.

Barnsley mulling over bid for striker O'Grady (Yorkshire Post): Charlton Athletic have made the first move in the race to sign Barnsley striker Chris O'Grady, but must fend off significant rival Championship interest to land him.

Will former Hartlepool United loan forward Jack Barmby return to Pools after signing for promoted Leicester City? (Hartlepool United): Jack Barmby is unlikely to return to Hartlepool United next season.

11 things Rob Edwards needs to know before starting his new job as manager of Tranmere Rovers (Liverpool Echo): After being announced as the new manager of Tranmere Rovers, former Welsh international Rob Edwards will be busy preparing for his new role.

Chuks Aneke: Crewe would 'love to sign' Arsenal youngster (BBC Sport): Crewe Alexandra assistant manager Neil Baker says that Arsenal youngster Chuks Aneke is the League 1 club's main transfer target this summer.

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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