Nuno Espirito Santo has revealed that Cameron Carter-Vickers is recovering well from the injury he picked up in the first leg against Pacos De Ferriera last week.
Carter-Vickers’ start in the Europa Conference League playoff last week was the first competitive appearance the defender has made for Tottenham since 2017.
The centre-back, who has had a series of loan spells in the Championship over the last few years, impressed during his time at Bournemouth last season.
Nuno has now revealed that the 22-year-old is back training outside after picking up an ankle injury in the 1-0 loss against Pacos de Ferreira last week.
When asked if Carter-Vickers’ injury could scupper a potential transfer in the final few days of the transfer window, the Spurs boss said (via Alasdair Gold): “No, he’s much better. He ran outside and yesterday was already on the pitch so he’s improving a lot and this is the only thing that concerns me, that the player is fit and healthy.”
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This is great news for both Spurs and Carter-Vickers. I would expect a deal to be struck for the 22-year-old before the window closes as plenty of Championship clubs would likely be queuing up to snap him up on the back of his showing at Bournemouth last campaign.
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