Camp Finally Gets His Move
Lee Camp is expected to complete a move to Norwich City today, ending a three and a half year playing career at the City Ground.
Camp joined the Reds' back in 2009 after an initial loan spell, when he signed from QPR for a reported fee of £100,000. He became an ever present in the Forest side and made 195 appearances for the club.
Since failing to secure a move away from the club last season and as a result of loss of form and attitude, he was told he could leave the City Ground for free this month, despite having five months of his contract with the Reds' to run.
The 28 year old keeper is expected to sign a 6 month deal with the Canaries, where he will provide cover to first choice keeper Mark Bunn.
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