Speaking to Football Insider, former Tottenham Hotspur goalkeeper and Sky Sports regular Paul Robinson has touted a north London exit for Cameron Carter-Vickers at the end of the season to pave way for new signings – coming after the same outlet revealed that Daniel Levy is not planning to renew the defender’s contract.
Carter-Vickers, who made his senior debut for the Lilywhites at 18-years-old in the EFL Cup five years ago, has been sent out on loan to Swansea City, Ipswich Town, Sheffield United, Stoke City and Luton Town since then.
Bournemouth are the latest club to take him on a temporary stint away from the Tottenham Hotspur Stadium, with the USA international shining under new Cherries boss Jonathan Woodgate.
Robinson touts Tottenham exit for Carter-Vickers
Despite this, Robinson expects there is no way back for the 23-year-old at Spurs – coming after it was recently revealed by Football Insider that there are no plans to offer him a contract extension.
“I think Carter-Vickers will leave Spurs this summer and I think he will be among others,” explained the ex-Lilywhite.
“The summer is fast approaching and it is a big window for Spurs. There has been a lot of upheaval over the past 12 months and I think this summer will be really important.
“Jose Mourinho has time to assess his squad and look at who he will clear out to make room for new faces. I think there will be a lot of movement in and out at Spurs in the next window.
“Yes, they have a very strong squad but there are a few he would like to move out and that will pave the way for new signings.”
Transfer Tavern take
Described as a ‘fantastic player’ by former teammate Sonny Bradley during his stint at Luton (Luton Today), an exit does seem inevitable for Carter-Vickers given his deal is up come the end of this campaign.
Jan Vertonghen also called him an ‘absolute beast‘, and Tottenham fans may be left wondering what might have been if he thrives elsewhere.
In other news: talkSPORT pundit lifts the lid on this ‘amazing’ starlet in ‘good news for Spurs’, find out more here.
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