Celtic have reportedly agreed personal terms with loanee Cameron Carter-Vickers over a permanent summer move to Parkhead, acting as a huge boost.
The Lowdown: Carter-Vickers superb for Celtic
The American joined the Hoops on loan from Tottenham last summer and has proved to be a huge hit, making a massive impact at the heart of the defence.
There is a scramble to sign the 24-year-old permanently from Spurs, however, with Celtic desperately trying to extend his stay at Parkhead for a fee believed to be around £10m with add-ons included.
The Latest: Personal terms agreed
According to The Daily Record, Carter-Vickers has now agreed personal terms with the Hoops, in what is a major step in the right direction.
He is believed to ‘have his heart set’ on remaining with Celtic, who now have three weeks to get the 8-figure deal done before other clubs can swoop in around £10m.
The Verdict: Massive boost for Hoops
This is a huge piece of news for Celtic, with signing Carter-Vickers permanently arguably more important than any new addition that could come in this summer.
The fact that Carter-Vickers is happy at the club and sees his future in Green and White is massive and it is now a case of completing a move and ensuring he is part of Celtic’s long-term future.
In other news, Frank McAvennie is delighted by one thing he has seen at Celtic. Read more here.
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