Journalist claims Championship club are set to make permanent bid for Spurs man

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Dom Le Roy

BBC journalist, Kris Temple has revealed on social media that Bournemouth are set to make a permanent offer to sign Tottenham Hotspur defender, Cameron Carter-Vickers.

The 23-year-old defender, who has been in the Spurs academy since the age of eleven, has risen through the youth ranks and even made multiple first-team appearances under Mauricio Pochettino.

The defender previously had loan spells at Sheffield United, Ipswich Town, Swansea City and Stoke City, with some proving more successful than others.

However, the USA international was very impressive during his spell at Luton Town in the second half of last season, helping the club to maintain their Championship status.

Carter-Vickers would have been hoping to build on that when he was loaned out to Bournemouth in the summer but injuries have restricted the defender to just two appearances for the Cherries so far.

Despite hardly featuring for Jason Tindall’s side this campaign, Temple has now claimed that the Championship side are ready to make an offer to sign the Spurs defender permanently after selling Jack Simpson to Cardiff City.

Spurs Web Opinion

A lot of Spurs fans had big hopes for Carter-Vickers at one point but his development has stalled over the last two to three years. At 23 years of age, he needs to be playing regular football and it is time we moved him on for the sake of his future.

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