Fleetwood Town are set to sign former Rochdale midfielder Callum Camps, Football Insider can exclusively reveal.
The 24-year-old is a free agent after his contract at Spotland expired on 30 June.
A source at Highbury Stadium has told Football Insider that Fleetwood have agreed a deal with the centre-midfielder.
Camps impressed for Rochdale last season, despite the League One club languishing to an 18th-placed finish.
He scored six goals and provided a further seven assists in his 28 league appearances.
The former Northern Ireland Under-20 international leaves Rochdale for the first time in his career having signed his first-ever professional contract with the club in 2013.
This site revealed on Sunday that former Rangers and Liverpool ace Jordan Rossiter had agreed to return to Joey Barton’s side on a permanent basis.
Barton already boasts an experienced midfield with Republic of Ireland international Glenn Whelan in his ranks.
The 36-year-old put pen to paper on a new one-year contract at Highbury after a successful six-month loan spell.
Fleetwood narrowly missed out on promotion to the Championship earlier this month after they lost 6-3 (on aggregate) to Wycombe Wanderers in the Play-Off Semi-finals.
In other Fleetwood Town news, it can be REVEALED that Blackpool are rivalling the Fishermen for midfielder after Bolton exit.
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