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Joel Campbell will be loaned out again


Arsenal striker Joel Campbell will again fail to enjoy regular football at the Emirates as boss Arsene Wenger is ready to loan him out to Real Sociedad in Spain, Cadena Ser reports.

Arsenal continue to develop a strong relationship with Real Sociedad after the Gunners first loaned out and then permanently sold Mexico's Carlos Vela to the Txuriurdin four seasons ago.

Rumours that the 22-year-old was on David Moyes' agenda surfaced during last January's transfer window when Marca reported that Villarreal and Real Sociedad were both keen on the Costa Rican.

The Yellow Submarine won the race for the striker at the start of the year but Real Sociedad president Jokin Aperribay and sporting director Lorenzo Juarros Garcia are in England to seal a loan deal for next season.

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