Report: Wolves and QPR among four Championship sides chasing Frazier Campbell

Selhurst Park - Crystal Palace - 23/02/2014

Hull City and Ipswich Town are also eyeing a move for the Crystal Palace striker.

Four championship sides are eyeing a move for Crystal Palace striker Fraizer Campbell, according to the Mirror.

The striker is free to leave Selhurst Park this month, with manager Alan Pardew looking to bring in another forward in the January transfer window.

Campbell has only managed to score four Premier League goals for the Eagles since joining from Cardiff City 18 months ago, and will be allowed to leave the club.

Palace are prepared to allow the striker to leave on loan, but are determined to receive a big fee from whichever club takes him on board.

That has sparked widespread interest in his services from the Championship, with Hull City, Ipswich Town, Queens Park Rangers and Wolves all interested in his services according to the Mirror report.

He would be a smart signing for all of those sides, having managed 15 goals while on loan in the division with the Tigers in 2007/2008, and also bagging 15 goals while at Cardiff City in 2013/14.

Of the four sides interested, QPR and Wolves are both in the most need of a new forward, having lost Charlie Austin and Benik Afobe to Southampton and Bournemouth this month and will likely be at the front of the queue. 

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