Tottenham Hotspur have confirmed Cameron Carter-Vickers has left the club to join Celtic on a permanent basis.
The USA international spent the whole of the last campaign at the Scottish giants where he helped Ange Postecoglu’s side reclaim the SPL title from rivals Rangers, along with lifting the Scottish League Cup.
Celtic have confirmed the former Spurs academy product has penned a four-year contract at Celtic Park, where he made 45 appearances in all competitions last season, scoring four goals (transfermarkt).
The Daily Record previously reported that Celtic were working to activate the option to sign the 24-year-old on a permanent basis for a fee of around £6m (The Daily Record).
Carter-Vickers deserved a permanent switch to get regular first-team action with one club, having spent the best part of the last few years playing lower league football in the English pyramid with the likes of Swansea, Sheffield United and Ipswich Town.
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