Report: Tottenham in talks over permanent transfer of £6m player

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Tottenham have opened talks with Celtic over the permanent transfer of Cameron Carter-Vickers, according to the Daily Record. 

Carter-Vickers, 24, joined the Hoops on loan from Tottenham in the summer in a bid to gain regular game time in senior football. 

The USA international has since cemented a place in the line-up under Ange Postecoglou, making 24 appearances in all competitions so far this term. 

The Daily Record claim Carter-Vickers’ impressive form has now led Celtic to open talks with Spurs over completing a potential permanent signing for the centre-back. 

The report claims the initial loan deal has an option to buy worth up to £6 million with ‘significant’ add-ons that could raise the fee. 

However, it adds that Spurs are said to be open to negotiations in terms of the final figure, date of payment and any future add-ons related to the transfer. 

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It seems as though Carter-Vickers is finally getting the game time that he needs at his age and a permanent home after so many loan spells in recent seasons. It is a decent fee for Spurs to be receiving too considering his contract is up at the end of the season. 

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