Cardiff City and Queens Park Rangers look at Fabianski - Blackburn Rovers look at free Sunderland star - Everton and Hull City look at QPR's top goalscorer - Wolverhampton Wanderers line up ex-Posh star - Leicester City fail in £3m bid for Brighton and Hove Albion striker
We take a look at the biggest five transfer stories to be released in the last 24-hours regarding Football League sides.
The Poland international is reportedly set to snub Arsenal's latest contract offer in order to find first-team football elsewhere. And although the report suggest Fabianski wants to stay in the Premier League, it's evident that he is hungry to be the undisputed number one.
Promotion hopefuls Blackburn Rovers hope to land Republic of Ireland international Kieren Westwood on a free transfer this summer, according to the Sunderland Echo.
The 29-year-old played 10 Premier League games for the Black Cats last season, but looks increasingly likely to move on. Watford are also rumoured to be interested.
According the reports in the Sun, Hull City are chasing Queens Park Rangers striker Charlie Austin, just 10-months on from failing a medical at the club.
This time, however, Hull will have to fight off the advances from Everton manager Roberto Martinez, as he too is rumoured to plan to watch the play-off final with the view of tabling a bid for the striker.
The League One champions are looking to bolster their squad ahead of their return to the Championship next season, according to Sky Sports.
The 25-year-old left Peterborough, as expected to, at the end of the season. Although Leeds United have previously been said to be interested, Wolves will no-doubt fancy their chances of winning the player's signature.
According to the Daily Mail, Leicester have been knocked back in their hopes to sign Argentinian powerhouse Leonardo Ulloa for a fee around £3m.
The report also states the 27-year-old has been slapped with a price tag of £7m which, along with Ross McCormack's reported £8m price tag, shows the price of good second division players.