SBI Soccer have claimed that four clubs have emerged as potential suitors for Cameron Carter-Vickers, who is currently on loan at Celtic from Tottenham.
The 23-year-old joined the Hoops on a short-term basis last summer and has excelled in the club’s push for the Scottish Premiership title.
Glasgow World previously suggested the Scottish side have an option to sign the defender for around £6 million at the end of his loan spell.
However, Celtic could face serious competition for Carter-Vickers should they plan on tying down the USA international on a permanent deal this summer.
According to SBI Soccer, Premier League duo Leicester City and Wolves are the leaders of four teams in the hunt for his signature alongside relegation-threatened Watford.
Meanwhile, Championship outfit Bournemouth, who Carter-Vickers spent a season on loan with in 2020-21, have also contacted parent club Spurs about sounding out a permanent deal.
Carter-Vickers has clocked up 36 appearances in all competitions this season, scoring three goals and tallying one assist (Transfermarkt).
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With his Spurs contract approaching an end this summer, it is likely that the club will push to receive any sort of fee to avoid losing him for nothing. The fact there appears to be plenty of interest in him is good too so it could avoid the club being stuck with a soon-to-be free agent.