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Wolves join Ipswich Town in race to secure deal for experienced Premier League striker



Crystal Palace striker Fraizer Campbell has emerged as a target for sides in the Championship, with Wolves, QPR and Ipswich Town among those interested, according to the Mirror.


The former Man United trainee has struggled for game time at Palace this season, and with a gaping hole appearing from the sale of Charlie Austin, he may well fancy the move to plug that gap.

The pacey front man has previously spent time at Hull, Cardiff, and Sunderland, where he impressed with his overall performances and goals before switching to Selhurst Park in 2014. However, he has since only scored four goals for the Eagles, and manager Alan Pardew is likely to let him leave.

Pardew is looking for the right deal for Palace though, and it is thought Campbell may still require a fairly hefty fee if someone wishes to acquire his services on a full time basis. A loan deal may well be the best deal for all parties during the the January window.

Both Wolves and QPR have recently sold their star strikers, and both managers will be keen to fill that void.

QPR registered their first win under Jimmy Floyd-Hasselbaink at the weekend, while Kenny Jackett saw his Wolves side lose at home to Cardiff. Both are in danger of seeing their seasons peeter out to nothing.

Wolves fans, Rangers fans, Ipswich Town fans, tell us what you think! What would Campbell bring to your club? Is the right sort of player needed to fill the striking void left by recent sales? Let us know using the comments box below!

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