Hull City forward Fraizer Campbell is a man in demand, with reports claiming that Huddersfield Town are interested in signing the experienced forward on a free transfer in the summer.
Hull manager Nigel Adkins has recently revealed that the club would be unable to cover the player’s wages once a reduced budget comes into play next season, sparking concerns over his future at the club.
And with his hometown club reportedly keen on signing him, we discuss whether he’d be a good signing for the Terriers…
“This would be an absolute bargain of a signing for Huddersfield next season.
“Campbell has proved this season that despite getting on a bit, he can still contribute to plenty of goals and assists at this level.
“The experience and knowhow that he would provide both on and off the pitch can definitely help the Terriers in making an immediate return to the Premier League next term.”
“This would be a much needed signing for Huddersfield.
“If there’s one thing they’ve lacked this season it’s goals. Campbell is a proven goal scoring threat at this level, and fits in with the lone target man style The Terriers use.
“He could provide a decent alternative to Karlan Grant, who already looks much more dangerous than the likes of Steve Mounie and Laurent Depoitre in a Huddersfield shirt.”
“This would be a very good addition to their squad.
“He’s a proven striker in the Championship and wouldn’t be asking for a hefty amount in wages if he was to join the Terriers.
“I think he could be the man to fire them back into the Premier League next season, providing he is given the service.”