Nottingham Forest could move for former 'keeper Camp

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HITC Sport understands Nottingham Forest are weighing up a move to bring former goalkeeper Lee Camp back to the club from Bournemouth.

HITC Sport understands from sources close to the club that Bournemouth goalkeeper Lee Camp is a target for former club Nottingham Forest.

Nottingham Forest are in the market for goalkeeping reinforcements with Karl Darlow returning to Newcastle after the end of his loan spell at the City Ground.

Dorus de Vries and Dimitar Evtimov are the only two senior goalkeepers on the books at the City Ground and Forest boss Dougie Freedman has made a new 'keeper one of his top priorities this summer.

A host of keepers have been linked with a move to Forest and former hero Camp is thought to figure highly on the club's wanted list.

Camp has dropped down the pecking order at Bournemouth in the wake of Artur Boruc making his move to the club permanent and Adam Federici joining the Premier League new boys on a free transfer from Reading.

Bournemouth are willing to let Camp move on and Forest are weighing up a deal to re-sign the 30-year-old on loan or on a permanent basis if Bournemouth let the player leave on a free transfer.

Camp initially joined Forest on loan from Queens Park Rangers in 2008 before making the move permanent in the summer of 2009.

The 30-year-old made over 175 appearances for Forest during his five seasons at the club and was a key player in the side under Billy Davies which reached two successive Championship play-off semi-finals

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