January transfer window: Nottingham Forest rumours- Norwich City poised to take Camp off Forest’s books
Nottingham Forest’s out of favour goal keeper, Lee Camp, is on the verge of signing for Norwich City, reports indicate.
The Northern Ireland international will hold a medical with the Canaries today with a view to a free transfer.
Camp’s been on the lookout for a new club since he was warned he has no future as Forest’s number one.
Alex McLeish told the 28-year old that he needs to find another club after his long lasting dispute with the Reds' board had proved too much for the Scotsman’s patience.
Meanwhile, Derby County manager, Nigel Clough, has laughed off any interest he may have had in signing Nottingham Forest’s Dexter Blackstock.
It was reported Derby will make an official offer for the Forest striker, immediately after the two sides met in the east midlands derby on Saturday.
However, Clough dismissed the rumours after the game, he said: “We had a chuckle over that [report].
"Funnily enough, we did not go straight into the Forest dressing room after the game and make an offer for him."
Blackstock is out of contract at the end of the season and is eligible to speak to other clubs during the January window.
The Reds are keen to re-sign the 26 year-old and it was reported in the Nottingham Post last week that Forest had offered Blackstock a new three-year-deal.
The player is yet to sign a contract.