Report: DJ available for £1.25m
Campbell has been one of the Seasiders' stand-out performers this season after scoring 13 goals in the club's ultimately unsuccessful bid to stay in the Premier League. The 29-year-old has been tipped for an England call-up due to his prowess for Ian Holloway's side and could also be offered the chance to remain in the top flight next season. He joined Blackpool on a two-year contract from Leicester City last August after playing a key role in the club winning promotion from the Championship. However, it is understood that he can now leave Bloomfield Road for a set fee following their relegation, and Sunderland and Fulham are keeping tabs on the situation. Sunderland, in particular, will spend the summer desperately trying to improve their attacking options and manager Steve Bruce is keen to sign three new strikers. Bruce has previously worked with Campbell after signing the forward for Birmingham City from Brentford back in January 2006. Fulham are also expected to be in the market for a new frontman in the summer, with doubts over Andrew Johnson's future at Craven Cottage.