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Royals and Hammers chasing QPR striker

Reading and West Ham are chasing QPR striker DJ Campbell, according to The Sun.

The 30-year old only signed for Rangers just last year for 1.2 million but could already be on his way out, after failing to feature in Mark Hughes' plans. The former Yeading player is set to have talks with the Welshman, discussing a possible move away from the London club.

It is believed that an offer of around 750,000 would be enough to take Campbell from Loftus Road, with Brian McDermott and Sam Allardyce two of the interested parties. Campbell has only made 11 appearances for QPR, scoring just one goal during his tenure there.

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Date:Saturday June 23 2012

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