Frazier Campbell has scored three goals in his last two games for Tottenham Hotspur, getting a brace against the dippers last week.
After a storming season at Hull, helping them achieve promotion as their highest goalscorer, as well as providing the assist for their only goal in the play-off, it has come as no surprise to many that Campbell is now turning heads in the Premiership. After United turned down permanent deals from Wigan and Hull, both offering around £7 million, a loan move to Spurs seemed ideal. We got Dimitar Berbatov, as well as enabling our up-and-coming striker to get Premiership experience. Perfect.
With the games coming thick and fast with January onwards and United already having some ground to make up, Sir Alex Ferguson has suggested that he may bring Campbell back to the club in a couple of months time.
“We could pull him back in January,” said Ferguson. “We have the option and it is a possibility. He is a good player but we needed to get him first-team experience.”
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