With Arsenal revealing their intentions to loan out World Cup star Joel Campbell again, both Everton and Newcastle are preparing to make a possible swoop to acquire his services, Express reports.

It was believed that the Costa Rican attacker would return to the Emirates and be given a bigger role at the club, but he could now face the setback of being sent out once more.

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His agent, Roger Lacey, stated that Campbell has attracted the attention of a few Serie A clubs after some fine performances for his national team in Brazil.

“Are Italian teams interested? Yes,” Roger Lacey said.

“There are several clubs who are in the top band that have made enquiries about the boy.

“We are talking about a great player here, who has captured everyone’s attention.”

West Ham United and Southampton are also said to be keeping a close eye on the 22-year-old with the hopes of loaning him to their side ahead of new campaign.

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  • Howard Dini
    4 months ago

    Why

    if you are good enough then you should play for the club you are contracted too

    If you can play in the greatest tournament in the world then why not the Premiership

    Be careful as this could end up like Carlos Vela

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