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Royals target allowed to leave on free transfer

Reading target and Nottingham Forest goalkeeper Lee Camp has been told he can leave on a free this month, according to Sky Sports.

The 28-year old's contract is set to run out at the end of the season and Camp is yet to sign a new deal at the City Ground. Recently appointed Forest boss Alex McLeish has said he wants to keep the goalkeeper at the club, but wants to prepare for the long-term, allowing him to leave the club for nothing this month.

I'm not sure if a keeper is what we should be aiming for at the moment, even though he is available on a free. Despite McCarthy being out for the rest of the season, Federici is starting to pick up some form. I doubt Stuart Taylor has a long-term future at the Madejski Stadium, but the potential of Mikkel Andersen also can't be ignored.

Wiki page: Lee Camp

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Writer: Josh  Mail feedback, articles or suggestions

Date:Thursday January 10 2013

Time: 4:00PM

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Why?! Sign Paul Robinson or get Craig Gordon in! He's still a freebee
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Craig Gordon is a decent shout, he is a great keeper!
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