As outlined by Radio Marca, the club would have 30 days to sign the Spaniard – as opposed to having to complete the deal by the close of the transfer window – as per league rules regarding replacing a player who has had his release clause activated.
🚨 El Atlético de Madrid se interesa por José Campaña
💰 La salida de Thomas Partey rumbo al Arsenal abre la posibilidad de que el conjunto colchonero tenga 30 días más para fichar
🧙♀️ El centrocampista del Levante, una de las opciones que más gusta pic.twitter.com/5iTI2DGqwF
— Radio Marca Valencia (@RMValencia) October 5, 2020
Campana has been called-up to the Spain squad for this month’s matches and is one of the most consistent midfielders in La Liga.
The 27-year-old began his career at Sevilla before joining Palace in a €2m deal back in the summer of 2013.
The midfielder has gone through a number of clubs across Europe since including Nurnberg, Sampdoria, Porto and Alcorcon before joining Levante in the summer of 2016.
The former Spain Under-21 star appeared in 40 of Levante’s 41 matches last season and is now a key part of their midfield.