- Newly promoted Serie A side Frosinone want Gunners fringe striker Joel Campbell
- The has not been able to command a place in the team since he joined over seven seasons back
- He also made his national team debut in 2011 with 15 goals from 79 appearances
Italian League side Frosinone are reportedly interested in signing Arsenal star striker Joel Campbell before summer transfer deadline day.
The 26-year-old joined the Gunners in 2011 but has been but has not been impressive for the north Londoners.
He has made just 23 appearances for the Emirates Stadium side in the last seven years and has also been sent out on loan six times.
However, reports coming out of Italy claims the newly-promoted outfit are closing in on a deal according to the Sun citing an Italian journalist Gianluca Di Marzio.
The Canaries got promoted at the end of last season after finishing third in Serie B to enjoy their second stint in the top flight having been relegated after just one season in 2016.
Campbell has scored 15 goals for his national team, Costa Rica in 79 appearances since he made his debut in 2011.
Between 2014-15 and 2015-16 seasons, he played close to 40 games but was never to establish himself.
He has spent past seasons at Real Betis, Olympiakos, Villarreal, Sporting, and Lorient with varying degrees of success.
The new Gunners boss Unai Emery after the close of Premier League transfer window last Thursday named the striker as one of the players that will not be a part of his program this term.
Carl Jenkinson and David Ospina were the others on the list with the ex-Paris Saint-Germain chief happy with his squad.
Legit.ng earlier reported that Joel Campbell wants to leave Arsenal at the end of the season as pressure on Gunners' boss Arsene Wenger intensifies.
Since the 25-year-old Costa Rican star joined the Emirates landlords in 2011, he has only made 23 Premier League appearances for the Gunners.
Campbell is currently on loan at Spanish side Real Betis, although his spell has been blighted by knee and ankle injuries.
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