Tottenham look set to challenge for yet another top four finish this season, with Mauricio Pochettino’s side hitting form at exactly the right time.
Fans here in The Transfer Tavern are growing increasingly confident in their side’s ability to challenge for a Champions League spot on a consistent basis, and are also adamant that their side can progress in this year’s competition, having been drawn against Italian giants, Juventus. Despite their good form, the boys from North London told our landlord over a pint that they were keen to see another addition this month to freshen up the squad, but news today suggests quite the opposite at Wembley Stadium. Young defender Cameron Carter-Vickers had spent the first half of the season on loan at Sheffield United, but Spurs have today confirmed on their official Twitter feed that the American will now head to Ipswich Town for the remainder of the campaign.
Cameron Carter-Vickers has joined Ipswich Town on loan for the remainder of the 2017-18 season.
Best of luck, @cameroncv2!
Landlord’s Verdict: The 20-year-old appeared seventeen times for the Blades, scoring once and assisting twice, with his spell at Bramall Lane an overall success. The player will now hope to impress under Mick McCarthy as the Tractor Boys chase a playoff spot, with the former Republic of Ireland manager sure to be delighted with the most recent addition to his squad.
Fans will wish the player all the best, and will hope that when Carter-Vickers returns to the club in the summer, he will be prepared to begin to challenge for a place in the first-team squad when Spurs return to the newly developed White Hart Lane next season.
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