Lee Camp appears to be training with Sheffield Wednesday after a picture circulated on social media of the goalkeeper at joining in at the Owls’ training complex on Monday.
The experienced shotstopper, whose made more than 550 appearances in English football, was released by Birmingham City at the end of last season after two seasons at St Andrew’s.
Camp played 40 times for the Blues last term, but they decided against offering the 36-year-old a new contract and the former Nottingham Forest and Derby County keeper is now a free agent.
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Wednesday have three senior goalkeepers in their squad in the shape of Kieren Westwood, Joe Wildsmith and Cameron Dawson, so it would appear a strange move heading into the latter stages of his career.
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However, the Sheffield Star believe that Camp won’t be joining the Hillsborough outfit and is only training with the Owls to maintain his fitness levels while he continues his search for a new club following his Birmingham departure.
Camp has enjoyed an illustrious career in the Football League, turning out for no less than 11 clubs and is closing in on his 600th appearance.
There doesn’t appear to be anything in this.
Sheffield Wednesday are simply helping Camp out whilst he searches for a new home, whilst the Owls are probably more than happy to have his experience and knowledge in and around the training ground on a daily basis, especially with the imminent exit of Westwood.