Date: 14th January 2013 at 8:39am
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Lee Camp could be on his way to Ipswich Town, according to several media reports today.

Camp was told last week by new boss Alex McLeish that he was free to look for another club. The 28 year old has failed to agree terms on a new contract at the City Ground and despite having five months to run on his current deal, he’s been told his services are no longer required by the club.

Reading and Hull are also said to be interested in signing Camp, who has been an ever present in the Forest side since signing from QPR in 2009.

The Reds’ are also in the market for a new keeper, with former England number one’s Paul Robinson and Robert Green being linked by the media. However. Keep an eye on Keiren Westwood at Sunderland, he could be the one to slip quietly in and fill the void left by Lee Camp.

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