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Premier League trio join Celtic and Rangers in race to sign 4-goal forward



Wolves have entered the race to sign Stoke City striker Tyrese Campbell according to a report from Football Insider. 

Campbell has been in impressive form for the Potters this term, and has eight goals to his name so far this season, with Stoke struggling to stay afloat in the Championship.

It has previously been reported by Football Insider that both Celtic and Rangers are also interested in a deal to land the forward’s signature in the January transfer window.

Stoke are currently sat 21st in the Championship table and are likely to be doing everything they can to keep Campbell at the club for the foreseeable future.

The report from Football Insider has also revealed that Stoke have opened talks with Campbell, although it remains to be seen as to where the striker sees his future.

AFC Bournemouth and Crystal Palace have also been credited with interest in the 20-year-old, who evidently isn’t going to be short of options this month.

Stoke are next in action when they take on play-off chasing Millwall on Saturday in what is certain to be a tough test for Michael O’Neill’s side.

Can you name the last 13 Stoke City players to wear the number nine shirt? 

The Verdict: 

He’s got a real dilemma on his hands.

Campbell has impressed me this season in a struggling Stoke City side, but he’ll surely be tempted by a move elsewhere this month, especially with Wolves now registering their interest in landing his signature.

He’s still quite a raw talent though, and I think that he should remain patient for now, and give it until the end of this year’s campaign before making a decision on his future.

Editorial Assistant at Snack Media, writing for Football League World on a regular basis! Sports Journalism graduate from Southampton Solent University.

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