AFC Bournemouth goalkeeper Lee Camp has been linked with a move to Huddersfield Town, says Huddersfield Daily Examiner journalist Doug Thomson.
Huddersfield could be in the market for a new goalkeeper after letting Alex Smithies leave to join Queens Park Rangers in a £2million deal earlier this month.
Joe Murphy has been given a chance to claim the No.1 jersey and has so far impressed but his understudy is 21-year-old Lloyd Allinson, who has yet to make a first-team appearance for the Terriers.
Camp has fallen down the pecking order at the Goldsands Stadium and has been left out of Bournemouth’s 25-man squad with Ryan Allsop being preferred as the third-choice goalkeeper behind Artur Boruc and Adam Federici.
The Northern Ireland international, who is out of contract at the end of the season, joined the Cherries in January 2014 on a free transfer from West Bromwich Albion after a successful loan spell where he made 11 appearances.
He went on to make a further 31 outings but fell behind Boruc last season and only featured eight times as Eddie Howe’s side were promoted to the Premier League by winning the Championship.
Camp, 31, who began his career at Derby County and also enjoyed spells at Queens Park Rangers and Nottingham Forest, has spent most of career playing at Championship level and his experience could be useful to Huddersfield Town.
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