Middlesbrough and their Championship rivals continued to be the subject of plenty of transfer speculation.
And reports today suggest that Boro could be set to lose one of their prize assets - with one Premier League club having already launched a bid while another remains interested.
Elsewhere, there are updates on a host of other second tier clubs as the new season grows ever closer.
Here's the news hitting the headlines today:
Middlesbrough attacker Adama Traore is reportedly the subject of interest from Premier League side Wolves. The Spaniard has been linked with a host of clubs this summer, with Huddersfield Town also thought to be keen. Traore has an £18m release clause in his contract which, if triggered, leaves him free to speak to other clubs (Yorkshire Post)
Manchester United and RB Leipzig are both chasing Nottingham Forest youngster Matthew Bondswell (Mail)
Meanwhile, Forest midfielder Ryan Yates is attracting interest from Bolton, Portsmouth, Bradford and Rotherham (Yorkshire Post)
Leeds United are interested in former Manchester City striker Felipe Caicedo, who would reportedly welcome a switch to Elland Road (Diario La Grada)
Nedum Onouha is still attracting interest from Hull City, who have put an offer on the table for the centre back (Yorkshire Post)
Recently-relegated West Brom look set to lose goalkeeper Ben Foster, with a £2.5m transfer to Watford near (Telegraph)
Preston, Wigan and Bolton are all interested in Bradford City striker Charlie Wyke (Yorkshire Post)