Tottenham trigger a one-year contract extension for Cameron Carter-Vickers
Carter-Vickers came through the Tottenham youth academy. He made his first-team debut back in 2016 but has featured just four times for the senior team so far. The 24-year-old has had loan spells at Swansea City, Ipswich Town and Sheffield United in the past.
The USMNT defender spent the first half of the 2019/20 campaign on loan at Stoke City. He then joined Luton Town for the second half of the term and played an integral role as they managed to stave off the threat of relegation.
This season saw the 23-year-old join EFL Championship outfit Bournemouth on loan for the entirety of the campaign. Till date, Carter-Vickers has featured fifteen times in all competitions for the Cherries.
Carter-Vickers’ current deal with Tottenham Hotspur runs out at the end of the ongoing campaign. However, it is now being claimed that the club has triggered a twelve-month extension option in his deal to further his stay till the summer of 2023.
That, however, does not mean he has a future at the club. The move was strategically done so that Tottenham can recoup some cash from his sale in the summer transfer window.
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Bournemouth, themselves, are said to be keen on signing the USMNT star on a permanent basis. But they will now have to agree on a transfer fee with Daniel Levy to snap him up on a permanent basis.
Carter-Vickers has made just four senior appearances for Tottenham till date. And it is extremely unlikely that he will be adding to that tally next season. It now remains to be seen how much fee can Spurs recoup for the 23-year-old.