Loaned Spurs player says he’s ‘open’ to staying at club permanently – Spurs Web
Cameron Carter-Vickers has revealed he is willing to make a permanent move to Celtic after his loan expires.
Carter-Vickers has had a string of league loan spells in recent years, having failed to make a senior appearance for Tottenham since 2017.
The center-back, who has been particularly impressed in his last two loans at Luton Town and Bournemouth, made a temporary transfer to Celtic on the transfer deadline day this summer, with the Scottish giants. have the possibility to buy it permanently.
The Tottenham academy graduate has been a regular in Ange Postecoglou’s starting XI and has always delivered strong performances at the back.
Not only has the 23-year-old helped the Scottish giants keep the sheets clean, he’s also proven to be an effective weapon in the other box, having scored two goals this season.
The defender has now admitted he would be willing to stay at Celtic Park beyond the end of the season.
Asked about a permanent transfer to Celtic, Carter-Vickers told The Scotsman: “It’s something I’m open to but I haven’t given it much thought at this point, to be fair.
“I still have a lot of games left this season and that’s my goal. I feel like I have [adapted well]. This is in part thanks to the coaches and players who made me feel so welcome from the start.
“The coach has a system in place that is easy to adapt and play. It has been helpful.”
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Considering Carter-Vickers’ performance, one would think Celtic would take the option of buying him permanently. The 23-year-old needs some career stability to continue his development and it looks like he has found the right home at Celtic Park.
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