Cameron Carter-Vickers has revealed that he is open to completing a permanent move to Celtic after his loan spell expires.
Carter-Vickers has had a series of loan spells in the Championship over the last few years, having failed to make a senior appearance for Tottenham since 2017.
The centre-back, who has been particularly impressed in his last two loan spells at Luton Town and Bournemouth, completed a temporary move to Celtic on transfer deadline day this summer, with the Scottish giants having the option to buy him permanently.
The Tottenham academy graduate has been a regular in Ange Postecoglou’s starting eleven and has consistently delivered solid performances at the back.
Not only has the 23-year-old helped the Scottish giants keep clean sheets but he has also proved an effective weapon in the other box, having scored two goals this season.
The defender has now admitted that he would be open to staying at Celtic Park beyond the end of the season.
When asked about a permanent move to Celtic, Carter-Vickers told The Scotsman: “It is something I am open to but I haven’t given it much thought at this stage, to be fair.
“I still have plenty of games left in this season and that is my focus. I feel like I have [adapted well]. That is partly down to the coaches and the players here making me feel so welcome from the beginning.
“The coach has put in a system which is easy to adapt to and play in. That has been helpful.”
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Given how well Carter-Vickers has been performing, one would think that Celtic would take up the option to purchase him permanently. The 23-year-old needs some stability in his career in order to continue his development and it seems like he has found the right home in Celtic Park.
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