Campbell would welcome United move

Former Arsenal and Tottenham Hotspur defender Sol Campbell has admitted he would be interested in joining Manchester United, but has yet to hear from the Premier League champions.

Patrice Evra was the Red Devils's only first-team defender fit to face Wolfsburg in the Champions League on Tuesday, with Nemanja Vidic, Rio Ferdinand, Jonny Evans, Wes Brown, John O'Shea, Gary Neville, Fabio and Rafael da Silva all sidelined.

And as a result, reports have surfaced suggesting manager Sir Alex Ferguson is considering a move for former England international Campbell - a free agent following his departure from Notts County.

The 35-year-old has been training with the Gunners in order to maintain his fitness levels ahead of a possible transfer, and admitted he would welcome a move to Old Trafford, if the rumours are true.

"I have heard nothing officially from Manchester United," he told ESPN.

"But there have been suggestions and of course, it would be a great move for me, if it happens. I shall just have to wait and see if a call comes through the right channels.

"Of course I would love to play for Manchester United , but I am not counting any chickens, just waiting to see what happens. I am training as usual at Arsenal, and would go to train at Manchester United if I was asked."

NEWS: Ferguson rules out Campbell move
NEWS: Campbell linked with United switch

NEWS: Wenger open to Campbell return