Stoke City striker Tyrese Campbell could be involved in a Tottenham transfer triangle if they submit a bid for Josh King, Football Insider has learned.

The Bournemouth forward’s future is up in the air after he came close to joining Man United in January and his club are assessing replacements.

A recruitment source has told Football Insider that Eddie Howe’s side are weighing up another move for Campbell after a £10million for him earlier this year that was knocked back by Stoke.

Sky Sports revealed last week that King is wanted by four of the top six clubs in the Premier League this summer.

That quartet is believed to include Tottenham, who are keen for a proven alternative to talismanic goal machine Harry Kane.

King, 28, has one year left on his Bournemouth contract and is likely to leave this summer.

Campbell, 20, signed a new four-and-a-half year Stoke contract in January after extensive interest from Premier League clubs and Glasgow giants Celtic and Rangers in January.

He is developing into a centre-forward who is feared by Championship defences.

The son of former Everton and Arsenal striker Kevin Campbell has scored seven league goals from 24 matches this season.

He has graduated from the youth ranks at the Bet365 Stadium to become a player wanted by the elite.

Man United tabled offers of up to £25m for King but in January they were knocked back and they eventually signed Odion Ighalo on loan from Shanghai Shenhua instead.

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