The Whites are said to be seeking a British number 1 next season.
Monk has reportedly identified two goalkeeping targets
Signing a new goalkeeper is said to be high on Garry Monk's list of priorities this summer, and the recently appointed Leeds boss will look to go British according to the YEP.
Silvestri is said to be attracting interest back home
The 25-year-old became one of the first signings of the Massimo Cellino era in 2014, and despite tying down a regular spot in the meantime, frequent mistakes have diluted his undoubted potential.
Grant and Camp, however, are as established as they come at this level, boasting more than 750 Championship appearances between them.
Both have a year to run on their contracts, though unlike Camp, Grant was on the periphery at Derby last season and could be easier to snare.
Grant was restricted to 11 league appearances last term
The 33-year-old, who is two years the Rotherham man's senior, also played for Sheffield Wednesday and Burnley before returning to Pride Park three summers ago.
Camp is also well-travelled, having turned out for Queens Park Rangers, Nottingham Forest, Norwich City and Bournemouth, with whom he was promoted to the Premier League.
Camp was named Rotherham player of the year for 2015-16
As well as Silvestri, Leeds also have Ross Turnbull to call upon, while promising 19-year-old Bailey Peacock-Farrell agreed a new deal earlier this week.