Leicester City and West Ham United are among the teams interested in signing Tottenham Hotspur defender Cameron Carter-Vickers
He is presently on loan at Scottish heavyweights Celtic, where he has performed admirably this season.
Carter-Vickers’ loan stay at Celtic Park was a success, which might explain why he has piqued the interest of a number of teams. Leicester and West Ham are keeping a close eye on the issue in order to sign him before the other interested teams.
Watford, Burnley, and Wolverhampton Wanderers are among the Premier League teams keeping an eye on the 24-year-old ahead of the summer transfer season. Not only that, but numerous Championship clubs, including Middlesbrough, West Bromwich Albion, and Bournemouth, have indicated an interest in completing a deal.
Spurs’ attitude on the US international will most likely be determined by what Antonio Conte thinks of him. Given the troubles they’ve experienced in the backline over the last few games, they may opt to employ his services.
We might be in line for a windfall if the 52-year-old boss does not require the Tottenham defender, given the number of teams bidding for his services. Having said that, the cards are currently in the hands of the Scottish club, given the purchase option contained in the loan deal.
To complete a permanent move, the Celts would have to pay £10 million in transfer fees. It remains to be seen what the interested teams would do this summer.
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