Joel Campbell is hoping to use the World Cup in Russia to showcase his talent in the hopes of sealing a move this summer.

The Costa Rican striker endured a tough season on loan during the last campaign.

Plagued by injuries, he managed only 232 minutes of football for Real Betis. That being said, although he only played 209 minutes in La Liga, he still managed two goals and one assist.

Thankfully, for him, he returned to fitness in time for the summer’s festival of football.

“My future, I go step by step,” Campbell told La Naicon.

SAN JOSE, CA - JULY 28: Joel Campbell #28 of Arsenal FC kicks the ball up field against the MLS All-Stars during the first half of the AT&T MLS All-Star Game at Avaya Stadium on July 28, 2016 in San Jose, California. (Photo by Thearon W. Henderson/Getty Images)
Campbell’s 57 varieties of clubs

“The World Cup is a showcase because it is the most important tournament on the planet and we all have the opportunity to show what we can do, but if we do it as a team, it will be better for us all to benefit.

“The truth is that I take this quote [about interest in him from Turkey] in peace.

“I have experience, I am calm, I know there’s a lot of demand, but I do not go crazy and I know what I do to help my teammates.”

Galatasaray are apparently very keen to bring Campbell to the club with manager, Fatih Terim, wanting to sign both him and Emre Mor.

Campbell’s fee and wages, however, could be a problem for the Turkish side, who know that he will not come cheap.

The player would seem to finally be coming to the end of his time as an Arsenal player.

Unable to find a slot in the side under Arsene Wenger, despite impressing when given the chance at the Emirates, Campbell has been shunted around on loan since the club signed him seven years ago.

Now 25, Campbell has never moaned about his lot as an Arsenal player. He now deserves the chance to find himself a permanent home where he can finally start to build a career for himself.