Arsenal transfers: Joel Campbell confirms return to north London

Arsenal transfers: Joel Campbell expects to return to the north London club this summer after third loan spell

The Sport Review staff
By The Sport Review staff

Joel Campbell is expecting to return to Arsenal ahead of next season to fight for a first-team place.

The 20-year-old Costa Rica international, who scored in the World Cup win over Uruguay in Brazil, has yet to play for the Gunners following his move to the club in 2011 after loan spells at Lorient, Real Betis and Olympiacos.

However, the striker says he is ready to return to the north London club ahead of the 2014-15 campaign.

“I believe I’ll be returning to Arsenal for next season,” Campbell is quoted as saying by the Daily Mirror.

He continued: “It’s been a beautiful World Cup for Costa Rica. It’s gone very well. Qualifying first in a very difficult group is important, but now we have to focus on the last 16.

“We weren’t concerned about who we got drawn against in the first round, we were simply pleased to be there, but now we are determined to go further.”

MORE:

MORE: The latest football transfer news

MORE: Meet the Premier League's most stylish footballers

MORE: Do you know the top Muslim footballers in the Premier League?

MORE: Man United latest news

MORE: Arsenal latest news

MORE: Chelsea latest news

MORE: Liverpool latest news

The Sport Review
Juan Mata sends ‘moving’ message to Man United fans about Wayne Rooney
The Sport Review
Top 50 most stylish footballers in the world in 2017: Arsenal, Man United, Chelsea, Liverpool stars feature
The Sport Review
Top 40 Muslim footballers: Arsenal, Chelsea, Liverpool and Man United stars feature
The Sport Review
Top 25 footballers’ cars: Arsenal, Chelsea, Liverpool and Real Madrid players feature
The Sport Review
Top 20 Nigerian footballers in Premier League: Arsenal, Chelsea, Liverpool stars feature
The Sport Review
Arsenal player wages 2017: Do you know how much Xhaka, Ozil and Coquelin earn each week?
The Sport Review
Gary Neville admits he was completely wrong about Man United star
Davis Cup 2017
The Sport Review
Davis Cup 2017: Goffin and Darcis work their magic over Australia to again reach final – this time vs France
The Sport Review
Antonio Conte delivers fresh Chelsea update on Eden Hazard