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Goalkeeper linked with Royals move



Reading have been linked with Nottingham Forest goalkeeper Lee Camp, according to the Daily Mirror.

The 28-year old has been recoginsed as one of the best goalkeepers outside of the Premier League for many seasons, sparking speculation he could be set to move to the Premier League. Camp, who was also talked about for an England call-up last year, has also been linked with Premier League rivals Southampton.

However, the Mirror Sport believes that the Northern Irish international could be set to snub any interest from higher divisions and sign a new deal with the Championship outfit. The Royals could be tempted to bring in another stopper in January, with Adam Federici reportedly unhappy at the Madejski Stadium.

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