Tottenham could receive £10 million from Celtic following the sale of defender Cameron Carter-Vickers, according to Football Insider. 

Celtic reached an agreement to sign the USA international on a permanent deal on Friday after he enjoyed a successful stint on loan with the club last season. 

Football Insider note that the move will see Spurs receive the full £6 million fee up front from the Hoops, with a potential £4 million in add-ons taking the total value up to £10 million – as has previously been reported (Football London).

It will see Carter-Vickers, 24, leave his boyhood club permanently having made just five senior appearances and embarking on seven separate loan spells away from North London (Transfermarkt).  

His stint at Celtic proved to be the most fruitful in his career to date playing 45 times (Transfermarkt) under Ange Postecoglou as they won both the Scottish Premiership title and League Cup.  

Carter-Vickers had attracted attention from the likes of Leicester, Wolves and Watford (SBI Soccer) but he will now be gearing up for the Champions League group stage next season following Celtic’s capture. 

Spurs Web Opinion 

A total of £10 million is a decent amount for Spurs to receive for a player like Carter-Vickers given he was never going to feature for them.  

Celtic seems to be a pretty good fit for him and their fans have taken quite a liking to him, so all in all every party will be satisfied with this move. 

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