Queens Park Rangers are one of the parties interested in signing Leicester forward DJ Campbell.
The boyhood QPR fan has found himself on the periphery of the set-up at the Walkers Stadium despite scoring the goals necessary to fire Blackpool to Championship safety.
The former Birmingham City and Brentford man has a choice to make between Coventry City and QPR according to Sky Sports who link him with the move away from Leicester.
Campbell is a regular Roy of the Rovers, having come up through the non-league route with the likes of Stevenage Borough and Yeading on his CV.
He then made the move to Brentford, before Steve Bruce saw it fit to purchase Dudley for Birmingham City after his giant-killing goal against Sunderland in the FA Cup.
His tough time at St Andrews came to an end following promotion back to the Premier League under Bruce and he made the £1.6m move to Leicester City.
He couldn’t find the goal necessary to get Ian Holloway’s Leicester City safe in the Championship and he found himself back in League One.
He was loaned out to Blackpool and has impressed immensely for the Tangerines, who are also thought to be an interested party.
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