Fulham chase Nottingham Forest midfielder, Bournemouth accept £3m bid from Cardiff City, Inter Milan hunt down Queens Park Rangers midfielder, Huddersfield Town go for Rotherham United star and Leeds United striker interests £6m move.
We take a look at the biggest five transfer stories to be released in the last 24-hours regarding Football League sides.
According to the Express, Fulham manager Felix Magath could look to Nottingham Forest key player Henri Lansbury to aid his side in a quick return to the Premier League next season.
The 23-year-old is considered as one of the best, if not the best, player at the City Ground currently and Fulham may have to blow mega-rich Forest supremo Fawaz Al-Hasawi away if he is to land the former Arsenal midfielder.
According to numerous reports, Cardiff City have had a bid accepted for highly-rated Bournemouth striker Lewis Grabban. Earlier in the day, Middlesbrough were reported to have asked questions about the 22-goal man but now the odds look in Cardiff's favour to snap the prospect up.
The striker will be a big loss to Bournemouth, however, they will no doubt look to replace their main asset with another unknown gem this summer.
3) Inter Milan look set to snipe rivals AC in battle for QPR midfielder Taarabt
The former Tottenham Hotspur midfielder has been in fantastic form since his move to Italy and although a move to Milan seemed nailed on, many thought he would be heading to loan club AC Milan. Nevertheless, their inner-city rivals, Inter Milan, may be confident of snapping the explosive player up as they look to build a side for a title challenge next season.
The high-energy midfielder who was signed by Nigel Clough from non-league Ilkeston Town has built up his reputation the hard way since he was released from Derby, and Huddersfield could look to take advantage of that hard work.
The Championship's top goalscorer has been in the rumour mill once again, this time with La Liga side Malaga who are said to be toying with making a £6m bid for the player that finished on 29-goals this season.
Although the Yorkshire side at the minute are going through some excruciating cost cutting, it is unlikely Cellino [the Leeds owner] will be open to the idea of losing the club's top goalscorer, especially as it could cause a huge fan revolt.