Stoke City are weighing up a summer move for Allan Campbell, according to reports from the Scottish Sun.
The Motherwell midfielder is gearing up for a busy summer with his contract at Fir Park due to expire at the end of the Scottish Premiership season this weekend.
Graham Alexander has already admitted that he’s given up hope of keeping the 22-year-old, and that could pave the way for a move to the Championship.
According to the report, Michael O’Neill is a known admirer of the Campbell and could be preparing a contract offer for the player.
Along with the Potters, it’s claimed that a number of English clubs and Scottish side Hibernian are also keen on a move for Campbell who will be available for a nominal fee this summer.
As far as seasons go, it has certainly been a decent one for the midfielder.
Campbell has played 39 times so far this season and scored five goals in the process as the 22-year-old establishes himself as a key player for Alexander’s side.
Despite his tender years, Campbell has made 159 appearances for the club in total, including three in this season’s Europe League qualifiers.
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What a signing this would be for Stoke City.
Allan Campbell looks like an incredibly talented player and so it’s no surprise that he’s attracting interest from England with a view to a summer move.
For a 22-year-old, he has a wealth of experience at first team level and his discipline and ability on the ball are clearly among his greater assets.
Michael O’Neill is looking for a player to slot into the middle of the park and a move for the Scotland under-21 star could prove to be an absolute bargain.