Arsenal forward Joel Campbell has agreed personal terms with Frosinone.
The newly-promoted Serie A side are looking to bolster their squad this summer as they prepare for life in Italy’s top flight.
Campbell has been on their radar for around two months after they learned he was up for sale.
The 26-year-old has struggled to make the grade at Arsenal and new boss Unai Emery is willing to let him go.
And, according to Football Italia, Campbell has agreed personal terms with Frosinone ahead of a permanent move.
The Costa Rica international is now waiting for the two clubs to agree a fee so he can undergo a medical.
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