Sunderland sign Fraizer Campbell

11 July 2009 05:09
The 21-year-old has agreed a four-year deal with Sunderland, after successfully completing a medical at the Stadium of Light. [LNB]Campbell spent most of last season on loan at Tottenham, where he helped the team reach the Carling Cup final before being ruled ineligible to face United - who went on to win on penalties. [LNB] Related ArticlesCattermole bid rejectedSunderland bid for CrouchHuddlestone 'not for sale'Premier League Transfer TalkFootballers on holidaySport on televisionThe Huddersfield-born player came through the ranks at Old Trafford before going on loan to Royal Antwerp at the start of the 2006/07 season. [LNB]Success in Belgium was recognised by Sir Alex Ferguson, who handed Campbell his debut as a substitute in the derby against Manchester City at Eastlands in Aug 2007. [LNB]Campbell then went on loan to Hull where 15 goals in 32 starts saw him help the Yorkshiremen to the Premier League. [LNB]It had appeared he would make a permanent move to the KC Stadium when the clubs agreed a fee earlier this summer, but the lure of the north-east won out. [LNB][LNB][LNB][LNB] [LNB] 

Source: Telegraph