Unclear if DJ will be training with Rovers
Campbell was among six people – five of them footballers – arrested on Sunday by police probing spot-fixing allegations in football matches and later bailed until April 2014.
Campbell did not train at Brockhall on Tuesday.
Instead his representatives were in talks with Rovers and the club’s lawyers over the striker’s future.
Rovers have also been in contact with the Football Association this week.
It has been reported that the FA could order the suspension of Campbell and the four other footballers arrested until the spot-fixing investigation has run its course.
But last night the FA was unable to comment when asked by the Lancashire Telegraph.
Professional Footballers’ Association assistant chief executive Simon Barker – a Rovers fans’ favourite in his playing days – has warned players they must sound the alarm if they suspect any form of fixing.
“We would say to players if you hear of any information or you are approached then make sure you protect yourself by telling somebody at the club or the players’ union or speak to the FA,” said Barker, who made 208 appearances and scored 41 goals for Rovers between 1982 and 1988.
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