Bournemouth have re-opened talks with Tottenham Hotspur over a possible deal for Cameron Carter-Vickers, according to Football Insider.
The central defender joined the Cherries on loan last October and initially struggled for game time, initially due to injury and did not make an appearance in the Championship until January (transfermarkt).
Following Jason Tindall’s dismissal, Carter-Vickers became a regular in the starting eleven under the management of former Spur, Jonathan Woodgate.
The USA international is within the last year of his contract at Tottenham and finds himself behind the likes of Cristian Romero, Eric Dier, Joe Rodon, Japhet Tanganga and Davinson Sanchez in the pecking order.
Bournemouth shelved their interest in Carter-Vickers earlier this summer, but he is now said to be back on their radar as they look to return to the Premier League.
Spurs had valued the player at £2.5million in January when he had just six months left to run on his deal, but have since increased the fee to £5million after extending his deal.
He is understood to have been told by Tottenham that he is available for transfer and has played his last game for the club.
Carter-Vickers has spent plenty of time out on loan at numerous clubs including Bournemouth, Stoke, Swansea and Ipswich in the past and could now use the security of a permanent move for the sake of his career.
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