Tottenham Hotspur do not expect academy graduate, Cameron Carter-Vickers, to play for the club again, according to a report by Football Insider.
The report claims that Spurs sources have revealed an intention to sell the young defender when the transfer window eventually reopens.
The central defender has spent the last three seasons out on loan away from North London, representing five different clubs in that time.
The USA international with eight caps has played for Sheffield United, Ipswich Town, Swansea City, and Stoke City in that time, before moving to Luton Town on loan this season (Wikipedia).
While the defender has been performing well for the Hatters, he has seen fellow academy man, Japhet Tanganga, leapfrog him in the Spurs ranks since he’s been gone.
At age 22, Carter-Vickers has only represented Spurs four times, while Tanganga has already racked up 11 games in a Lilywhites shirt (Wikipedia).
Spurs apparently valued Carter-Vickers at around £4m in January and will look to sell him this summer as he is not a part of Mourinho’s plans.
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