According to Football Insider, Tottenham Hotspur, and by extension Daniel Levy, have no plans to offer Bournemouth loanee Cameron Carter-Vickers a new deal in the summer – with the door ‘set to close‘ on his career in north London at the end of the season.
Indeed, as per this report, the USA international’s contract expires at the end of this season – and Levy is set to green light his exit with or without a transfer offer.
Levy set to green light Tottenham exit
There is apparently no new deal on the table for Carter-Vickers despite a resurgence at Bournemouth in the Championship, coming as his sixth loan spell in England’s second tier.
Regardless of how he finishes this season, Tottenham are reportedly set to let him go and put an end to his 12-year stay at the club.
Carter-Vickers made his senior debut for Spurs half a decade ago at 18-years-old but now looks set to part company with Tottenham – but whether this is as a free agent or in a permanent transfer remains to be seen.
Transfer Tavern take
Spurs supporters may be wondering what might have been with the defender who displayed early signs of promise.
Former club fan favourite Jan Vertonghen once heralded his fellow centre-back in an interview with ESPN, calling Carter-Vickers an ‘absolute beast’ and a ‘real defender’ in 2016.
What awaits for him after Spurs is yet to be determined, but according to this report, Levy will green light his summer departure.
In other news: Tottenham transfer admission lifts lid on failed Levy coup with Pochettino, find out more here.
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