ARSENAL forward Joe Campbell is on his way to joining Italian club Frosinone Calcio this summer, that’s according to Italian media outlet Calciomercato.
The media outlet are reporting that the Costa Rican star is set to leave the Emirates Stadium after failing to reach his full potential under Arsene Wenger. They also revealed that Campbell is set to sign a three-year contract with the new Serie A side before Friday Evening.
The newly promoted Serie A club have been busy throughout the transfer market as they are signing quality players whom they believe will help them maintain their Serie A status by the end of the season.
It was confirmed last week by Unai Emery that the player would be sold out this season but the Spaniard failed to reveal the name of his suitors.
According to the manager, Carl Jenkinson and David Ospina is another set of players who are expected to make their moves out of the Emirates Stadium in coming days.
Campbell joined the Gunners in 2011 following his fine form for Costa Rican club Deportivo Saprissa, though, he didn’t feature for Wenger’s team — due to work permit issue — until after two years of loan spell at Lorient and Real Betis respectively.
He returned to the Gunners starting lineup in the 2015-16 season and he had 30 appearances for the team before he was loaned out to Sporting Lisbon in Portuguese League.
He re-joined Real Betis during last season but he didn’t really make his mark for the La Liga side throughout the campaign.
If the reports are anything to trust, then the player will be officially unveiled by Frosinone Calcio before Monday.