Former Manchester United striker Fraizer Campbell drops down a division to join Cardiff City from Sunderland.
Fraizer Campbell has finalised his switch from Sunderland to Championship leaders Cardiff City for an undisclosed fee.
Late last week Cardiff manager Malky Mackay revealed that he was keen to bring the former Manchester United striker to the club and had already held discussions with the Black Cats over a fee.
Those discussions proved to be successful and 25-year-old Campbell has since passed a medical and signed a contract at the Cardiff City Stadium until the summer of 2016.
Having started his career with Man United, Campbell went on to have loan spells with Hull City and Tottenham Hotspur before joining Sunderland on a permanent basis in 2009.
The one-time England international will wear the number 27 shirt with his new employers.
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