On-loan star Campbell is wanted by Newcastle.
Despite critics saying Arsenal need more attacking support, they are set to sell forward Joel Campbell to Premier League rivals Newcastle United, according to the Daily Star.
The 21-year-old has spent the current season on-loan with Olympiakos, where he has impressed with 11 goals and 12 assists in 38 matches in all competitions.
Fans in England may have gotten their first glimpse of the attacker in action when he scored a spectacular second for the Greek champions during the Champions League victory over Manchester United earlier in 2014.
Gunners manager Arsene Wenger spoke about Campbell after that performance and hinted that the Costa Rica international could be brought back into the first team at the Emirates Stadium.
However, the youngster – who generally operates on the right wing but can also play on the left and as a striker – is unlikely to be a regular figure in the starting XI in north London and may be tempted by a switch to Newcastle as a result.
The Magpies have prioritised bringing in attacking recruitment at the end of this term, with on-loan Loic Remy and Luuk de Jong returning to their respective clubs.
Boss Alan Pardew has openly admitted that because of this his side will be targeting new forwards.
“We know that in the summer with [Yohan] Cabaye gone and Loic not being our player, these are areas we need to address,” Pardew said.
“The owner is under no illusions about that and neither am I.
“Somewhere down the line, we need to get goals and we’re very focused on that.”
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