After Manchester United accepted a £6m bid from Hull for Frazier Campbell, the young striker has attracted a lot more attention, particularly after scoring against Spain in the U-21 European Championships.
However, manager Phil Brown has echoed the opinion of chairman Paul Duffen, claiming that Hull is the best destination for Campbell and that it’s a move Sir Alex Ferguson supports.
“Sometimes a young lad’s head can get turned by interest from other clubs and I’m convinced that other clubs will be interested in Fraizer,” said Brown. “But the beauty of the whole deal is that I firmly believe Sir Alex Ferguson has the lad’s best interests at heart with regards to his future. For him to recommend to Fraizer that Hull City is the best move for him speaks volumes for us. Hopefully he’ll take a lot of notice of that advice.”
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