Cardiff City keeper Lee Camp is reportedly set for a medical at Blues today as Garry Monk addresses his goalkeeper shortage before the transfer window closes on Thursday.

With David Stockdale and Tomasz Kuszczack both being discarded from Monk’s plans and although he is yet to play for the Bluebirds, Camp fits the bill as he has vast experience in the Championship.

Under the budget regulations set by the EFL, Camp falls under the £600,000 bracket and will be able to join on a permanent transfer.

The 33-year-old will no doubt spur a divide in opinion amongst the St Andrews faithful, but it’s worth remembering Trueman and Weaver only have only entered the fray once, that being Saturday’s draw against Norwich which Trueman started.

Camp spent part of last season on loan with Sunderland for whom he made 12 appearances.

He may be the second Bluebird to fly into St Andrews, with Omar Bogle expected to complete a loan move soon. Midfielder Connor Mahoney has also had a medical at Wast Hills.

What are your thought’s, would you welcome Camp?

Source – BirminghamLive


  1. This is the ONLY area where I simply can’t see a reason to sign as we have two capable experienced keepers.Yes I can see Stockdale’s situation,his wages clearly are a big issue however Kuckack is still capable at this level,his age is high however many keepers have a longer career than other players……..Having said that,Monk clearly wants a change,he’s proving to be a very good manager and obviously knows what he is doing…..What a waste of money if we can’t unload the other two.


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