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Arsenal Football Club has agreed terms with Costa Rican side Deportivo Saprissa to sign teenage striker Joel Campbell.
19-year-old who was in the Costa Rica squad for the recent Copa América
and the Under-20 World Cup, has chosen the Gunners despite strong
interest from a host of top European clubs.
Born in the Costa
Rican capital San José, Campbell is predominantly left-footed and has
made six full international appearances, scoring twice. He scored on his
debut in a 5-0 win over Cuba at this year’s CONCACAF Gold Cup, helping
his side to the Quarter-Final of the competition.
Campbell added a
second to his tally against Bolivia in the Copa América. He has also
scored ten times in twelve appearances at Under-20 level, including two
goals in three appearances in the Under-20 World Cup in Colombia.
has had two seasons in his native Primera División, where he played for
Deportivo Saprissa and on loan at Puntarenas, making a total of eight
Deportivo Saprissa is one of the top clubs in the CONCACAF region and has won the Costa Rican Premier League a record 29 times.
The transfer is subject to the completion of formal agreements and processes.
Manager Arsène Wenger said: “Joel Campbell has already shown that he is
a player with great ability, and has also performed well on the
international stage at a young age. We look forward to the formalities
of the transfer being completed and working with Joel when he joins us
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