Forgotten Tottenham defender Cameron Carter-Vickers will likely leave the club on a permanent basis this summer, according to a report by Football.London.
The 22-year-old came through the academy ranks at the North London outfit but has failed to break into the first team.
Carter-Vickers was one of the youngsters who were close to breaking into the Tottenham team three years ago.
The central defender has spent the past three seasons on loan with five different Championship clubs, where he has mixed fortunes.
He started the current campaign at Stoke, only for the appointment of Michael O’Neill as manager in November to see the USA international struggle for game time and returned to Spurs in January before joining Luton Town before the end of the winter window.
Football.London claim that the centre back who will be out of contract in the summer of 2021 could be sold in order to raise some funds for Jose Mourinho to bolster his squad.
Spurs Web Opinion
While Carter-Vickers was certainly a top talent until he was around 19, he didn’t quite develop the way people expected him to. While his physical attributes are certainly top-notch, he still lacks the composure and ability to read the game which is required for a centre-half to succeed in the Premier League. I expect him to be snapped up by a lower to midtable Championship side this summer.
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