Interesting times, détente with the US, shift in status in the Middle East. The Israeli right wingers are really not happy, but nobody's paying much attention to them. Obama will use his veto to block any spoiling legislation in Congress.
An analysis of transfers to Championship clubs in summer 2015, from the end of the season to date.
75 players have moved to Champ clubs so far this summer. Of those: 27 involved a fee* (36.0%) 7 were loans (9.3%) 41 were free transfers (54.7%) * mostly "undisclosed", highest recorded £4.75m Ince to Derby
Three clubs have so far brought in no new players: Hull, Blackburn and Bristol Breakdown of the other 21: 1 player: 1 2 players: 4 3 players: 5 4 players: 7 (inc. Ipswich) 5 players: 2 6 players: 1 (Derby) 7 players: 1 (Rotherham, all frees)
14 clubs have paid money for players (mostly "undisclosed"). Those with the highest proportion of fee to free/loan have been (in no particular order) Burnley, Brentford, Charlton and Leeds - plus Boro paid for the only player they've brought in. Teams with the highest proportion the other way are Rotherham, plus (in no particular order) Birmingham, Bolton, Brighton, Cardiff, Huddersfield, Ipswich, MK Dons and Preston.
Where those 75 players came from: Premier League: 12 Other Championship clubs: 8 League 1: 3 League 2: 2 Abroad (inc. Scotland)*: 17 "Unattached" (presumably inc "released"): 33