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Sky Sports understands that Norwich are closing on a deal for Nottingham Forest goalkeeper Lee Camp.

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Lee Camp: Has been informed by Nottingham Forest that he is free to move on

Lee Camp: Has been informed by Nottingham Forest that he is free to move on

The Northern Ireland international has been informed by Forest that he will not be offered fresh terms at the City Ground and is free to move on.

A switch to East Anglia would now appear to be on the cards, with Ipswich and Norwich understood to be leading the chase for Camp's signature.

Norwich could offer the 28-year-old Premier League football, and they are believed to be edging towards an agreement.

It is understood that Camp is due to undergo a medical at Carrow Road on Monday.

He will then sign a deal until the end of the season, giving both parties an opportunity to have a look at one another before committing to something more long-term.

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