It was recently confirmed that the 25-year-old midfielder, who played 47 times for the Pilgrims in all competitions this season, was set to leave Home Park after failing to agree a new deal, news that no doubt caught the attention of several clubs.
The Star understands that Wednesday are one of a number of clubs that may be considering an approach for the Guinean, however it remains to be seen whether things will go any further than that.
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Plymouth have put Camara on the transfer list after it was made clear that he would not be extending his current deal – that ends in 2023 – however it remains to be seen how much they are expecting in terms of a transfer fee for the player.
They said in a statement recently, "Panutche Camara has been made available for transfer away from Home Park.
"Extended talks had been ongoing for a number of months regarding a significantly improved deal for the Guinea-Bissau international, but talks have now ended, with the 25-year-old’s representatives confirming that Camara will not be signing a new deal at Argyle.
"With the midfielder entering the final year of his existing contract and showing no intention of agreeing new terms, the club will now seek to facilitate a move for Camara, in line with our transfer strategy."