Four Championship clubs battle out to sign Tottenham Hotspur defender Cameron Carter-Vickers on loan this January transfer window.
TEAMtalk have revealed this weekend that Fulham, Derby County, Huddersfield Town and Middlesbrough have asked if they can take the 22-year-old on loan for the rest of the season, with the defender far down the pecking order at Jose Mourinho’s Tottenham Hotspur.
It is also stated that any move that Carter-Vickers makes, could also come with an option to make the move permanent.
A number of clubs abroad are reported to be interested on signing the player, who was born in Southend born, but has eight made eight appearances for the United States at international level.
Despite the foreign interest, Carter-Vickers is adamant on staying in England, leaving it up to his agent to find him his next club.
The player spent the first half of the season on loan at Stoke City, however Premier League side Tottenham called him back at the start of January after falling ‘out of favour’ with new boss Michael O’Neill.
HIS CAREER SO FAR:
2016– Tottenham Hotspur – 4 games (0 goals)
2017–2018 → Sheffield United (loan) – 18 games (1 goal and 2 assists)
2018 → Ipswich Town (loan) – 17 games (0 goals)
2018–2019 → Swansea City (loan) – 33 games (0 goals)
2019–2020 → Stoke City (loan) – 15 games (0 goals)
2014 – United States U18 – 3 games (0 goals)
2014–2017 – United States U20 – 17 games (1 goal)
2014– United States U23 – 11 games (1 goal)
2017– United States – 8 games (0 goals)
After finding out that four Championship clubs want to sign Tottenham defender Cameron Carter-Vickers, fans took to give their reaction…
Michael Reynolds: Quality signing. Please get him and gibbo
Craig Hunter: Rather play our own. Our youth are coming on wonders this season. Let’s give Wood playing time
Kallan Morrison: Rather give wood a chance I know we are desperate for cbs but not this bad ??
Joe Boyes-Jackson: Great player loads of mates are spurs and say he’s got real quality
Stuart Webster: Would be a good signing this like
Craig Fowler: Hope so