Swans rejected again over Camp
Skysports.com understands Swansea have had a third bid of £1.8m turned down by Forest for keeper Lee Camp.
Last Updated: 30/07/11 2:26pm
Skysports.com understands Swansea have had a third bid of £1.8million turned down by Nottingham Forest for goalkeeper Lee Camp.
Premier League new-boys the Swans are keen to bolster their resources between the sticks ahead of their top-flight return after regular No.1 Dorus de Vries departed for Wolves last month.
The Welsh side have since brought in keeper Jose Moreira from Benfica, but manager Brendan Rodgers is keen to further strengthen his options and has set his sights on Camp.
However, Rodgers' side are thought to have already had two offers turned down by Championship side Forest and they now appear to have been snubbed again.
Northern Ireland international Camp, who arrived at City Ground on a four-year deal from QPR in 2009, was a stand-out performer in the second-tier last season.
Forest boss Steve McClaren has previously insisted the keeper will not be leaving the Championship side this summer.