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‘The grass isn’t always greener’ – Many Stoke fans send clear message to Tyrese Campbell amid fresh speculation



The future of Tyrese Campbell at Stoke City is likely to be a major talking point between now and the end of the January transfer window.

The 20-year-old has less than six months left on his contract at the bet365 Stadium, with a host of high-profile clubs recently emerging as potential suitors for the young forward.

Sheffield United have reportedly joined the likes of Wolves, Crystal Palace, Rangers and Celtic in the race to land Campbell, who has been in impressive form for the Potters in recent weeks.

Campbell has played an integral part in Stoke’s mini revival in the Championship – Michael O’Neill’s side have won three of their last five games to move four points clear of the relegation zone.

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The young forward has scored four goals in his previous five league outings, including the game’s only goal in the 1-0 away win at West Bromwich Albion on Monday night.

Campbell is certainly becoming a key player for Stoke, and the club will now be more determined to secure the future of their talented, young striker amid recent speculation.

Via the Stoke City – Sentinel page on Facebook, we take a look at what Stoke fans are saying to Campbell, with so many potential destinations awaiting the striker…

Chris Welch: Not good enough to make demands as yet. Plenty of potential but making demands generally turns you in to an ego. Exactly what we have been trying to get rid of over the last few months. Sign or move on. No one bigger than the club. (Love that cliche’)

Alan Davies: Sign the contract with Stoke, get the rest of the season under your belt, continue to build fitness and experience and one way or another, you’ll be playing regularly in the Premier League before you’re 23. Or sign as a squad player for a struggling Premiership club, get minimal game time and probably get shipped back out on loan to the Championship…..

Sarah Bayliss: Tyrese, you are a Stokie through and through, stick with us, sign the contract, keep scoring as you do and you’ll become our local boy Stokie hero

Judy Howland: Sign !!! The grass isn’t always greener on another pitch

Adam Newton: Remain and prove yourself

Barry Sherratt: Stick with us and make a name for yourself.

Ian Bowman: STAY!!!

Nottingham-based journalist who regularly covers Nottingham Forest home and away.

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