Here are Friday 30th May's hot topics in the eyes of the media that cover The Football League:
Watford out to re-sign Sunderland striker Graham (Sunderland Echo): Watford want to re-sign Sunderland striker Danny Graham, either on loan or on a permanent deal.
Shane Cansdell-Sherriff made up to sign on at Burton Albion (Burton Albion): Shane Cansdell-Sherriff wants Burton Albion to go one better next season after he signed a two-year deal at the Pirelli Stadium.
Rotherham United: Eager Millers in player talks and line up signing (The Star): Rotherham United could possibly make their first signing since becoming a Championship club within the next few days.
New Notts County signing Alan Smith says he does not want star treatment (Nottingham Post): Alan Smith does not want star treatment at Notts County.
Ireland striker Andy Keogh joins Perth Glory on a two-year deal (Independent): Republic of Ireland forward Andy Keogh has signed a two-year contract to play for Perth Glory in Australia's A-League.
Wolves sign Scottish 'wonderkid' Jordan Allan (Express & Star): Record-breaking Jordan Allan, at 15 one of the bright hopes for the Scottish game, has signed a four-year deal to continue his development at Molineux.
Bolton Wanderers new signing Liam Feeney says he fell for Whites in happy loan spell (The Bolton News): Liam Feeney feels like he belongs at Bolton Wanderers.
Former Bristol Rovers's striker Rickie Lambert bid for by Liverpool from Southampton (Wester Daily Press): Bristol Rovers are on the verge of a surprise financial windfall following reports that Liverpool have tabled a multi-million pound bid for Southampton striker Rickie Lambert.
Transfer news: Derby discussing deal for West Brom's George Thorne (Sky Sports): Derby County have confirmed that transfer talks have been opened with West Bromwich Albion regarding a permanent deal for George Thorne.
Cambridge United enjoying financial boosts after promotion to Sky Bet League 2 (Cambridge News): Dave Doggett is delighted with the financial boosts Cambridge United are already getting following their return to The Football League.
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