Hull Live has reported that Hull City striker Fraizer Campbell is attracting interest from Premier League side Huddersfield Town, with his contract set to expire at the end of the season.

Huddersfield Town are starting to plan for life back in the Championship after their relegation from the Premier League was confirmed at the end of March. Now, they are reportedly lining up a move for Hull City striker Fraizer Campbell, who could be available on a free transfer.

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Campbell’s contract at the KCOM Stadium is set to expire at the end of the season and he is yet to receive a contract offer from Hull, opting against triggering a one-year extension to his contract with the club.

The former Manchester United striker has been in impressive form for Nigel Adkins’ side throughout the 2018/19 Championship season. In the league, he has played in 35 out of 42 games so far, netting a decent 12 goals and providing six assists for his teammates.

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Throughout the season, Huddersfield have struggled for firepower up front, scoring just 19 goals in 34 games so far. Their current top goalscorers are Karlan Grant, Aaron Mooy and centre-back Mathias Jorgensen, who are all tied on three goals each. Now, they have identified Campbell as a potential option to bring some goalscoring threat to their side in the upcoming summer transfer window.

Over the course of his career, Campbell has scored 94 goals in 349 games, picking up 42 assists along the way as well. Throughout his career, he has played for Manchester United, Belgian side Royal Antwerp, Spurs, Sunderland, Cardiff City, Crystal Palace and Hull City.

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