The beginning of a new era at Tottenham Hotspur is underway, and with the new managing director Fabio Paratici as well with a new coaching staff led by Nuno Espírito Santo, we should expect a couple of players to leave North London this summer.
One of the players whose time at Hotspur Way may be coming to an end is the American centre-back Cameron Carter-Vickers, who will most likely on his way out during the next month or so.
The 23 year-old has been on loan every single year since he joined Spurs in 2016.
After successful loan spells at Sheffield United, Ipswich Town, Swansea City, Stoke City, Luton Town and Bournemouth, Carter-Vickers is currently doing pre-season with Spurs, and is expected to take part in the pre-season friendlies under Espírito Santo.
Lack of opportunities
Carter-Vickers, who is known as a ball playing center-back with an accurate passing ability, has made only four appearances with the Tottenham first team in five years, recording a total of 360 minutes in cup competitions.
The American made his first team debut for the club in the third round of the EFL Cup against Gillingham back in 2016.
Although he is under contract with the Club until 2022, multiple teams have expressed interest in him, and could get him for up to 2,00 mill. €, according to Transfermarkt.
Last season, Carter-Vickers played 26 games across all competitions for Bournemouth in the Championship, recording one goal and one assist in over 2,200 minutes played.
Throughout his career in England, the 23 year-old has competed in over 140 professional games, but has never gotten the opportunity to compete in the Premier League.
Carter-Vickers has also made a name for himself playing for the United States senior squad, making over eight appearances since his debut back in 2017.