According to The Telegraph, a deal has been agreed between Cardiff City and Crystal Palace for the signing of forward Frazier Campbell, while other reports suggest the London club are also set to sign fellow teammate Steven Caulker.
Campbell joined Cardiff last summer from Sunderland after four years at the Stadium of Light, and managed to score 13 goals in a total of 48 appearances for Ole Gunnar Solskjaer’s side. It’s understood Campbell signed with the agreement that he could leave the club for £600,000 should Cardiff be relegated, which is now set to be taken advantage of by Palace.
The striker is also believed to have turned down the advances of Queens Park Rangers and Leicester City, who were both promoted from the Championship last season and are looking to add strikers Premier League experience.
Palace boss Tony Pulis is also ready to splash £8 million on Campbell’s teammate Steven Caulker, who again is looking for a way out having suffered relegation last season. Campbell is expected to join first, followed by Caulker if he can agree personal terms with The Eagles.