ADAM Campbell will be relased by Newcastle United at the end of the season.
The striker’s deal at St James’s Park expires in the summer.
He’s a street footballer – he’s a throwback to the street. He tackles, he runs back, he’s fast and has got a bit of aggression. He wants the ball all the time.Alan Pardew
And Campbell has not been offered a new contract.
But he could yet stay in the Premier League, having been given a trial at West Bromwich Albion.
The 21-year-old played 90 minutes for the club’s Under-21s in their 3-0 win over Arsenal this week.
Pacy Campbell made his first-team debut against Atromitos in the Europa League in the 2012-13 season.
Then-manager Alan Pardew had high hopes for the Academy graduate, who was handed a professional deal.
Pardew said: “He’s a street footballer – he’s a throwback to the street.
“He tackles, he runs back, he’s fast and has got a bit of aggression. He wants the ball all the time.
“It’s fantastic to have a player like that. Academies, as a rule, don’t often produce a natural talent like that.
North Shields-born Campbell went on to play for Carlisle United, St Mirren, Fleetwood Town, Hartlepool United and most recently Gateshead on loan.
But the former England Under-19 international found his opportunities limited in his spells away from St James’s Park.
And Campbell has seemingly failed to convince Newcastle that his future lies at the club.