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Celtic have received ‘no offers’ for £10m star liked by Tottenham boss

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Cameron Carter-Vickers of Celtic played for Tottenham Hotspur from 2014 to 2022. (Photo by Ian MacNicol/Getty Images)

Celtic have received ‘no offers’ for supposed Tottenham Hotspur target Cameron Carter-Vickers

Celtic have apparently received no offers from Tottenham Hotspur for star defender Cameron Carter-Vickers.

This is according to Footballscotland.co.uk, who say that recent reports claim that Ange Postecoglou wanted the 12-cap USA international at the Tottenham Hotspur Stadium and that he is a fan of the player. The links are obvious.

Postecoglou managed Carter-Vickers during their time together at Celtic. Moreover, CCV spent eight years on our books before joining Celtic on a £10million permanent deal last summer.

Carl Starfelt of Celtic embraces teammate Cameron Carter-Vickers.
Carl Starfelt of Celtic embraces teammate Cameron Carter-Vickers. (Photo by Ian MacNicol/Getty Images)

He was a big part of the Celtic team that won the Scottish League last season with an impressive 99 points from 38 games. He ended the season with 39 appearances across competitions to his name.

CCV to Spurs?

Clearly, he has matured into a reliable centre-back for the Hoops but it is still a big question if he is of Tottenham’s standards. Perhaps not as a starter, but Carter-Vickers can add depth to the backline.

Davinson Sanchez, Joe Rodon and Japhet Tanganga seem like they are on borrowed time in N17. If even one of them leaves, signing the Celtic star would make sense.

But one can expect that the Scottish team would then want to make a profit on the amount they made on the 25-year-old just a year ago. His contract still has three years on it (Transfermarkt).

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But of course, Spurs would have to make a bid if they want to re-sign the Southend-born centre-back and if the aforementioned report is anything to go by, then it seems we aren’t highly interested in him.

It’s best if Spurs save their funds and utilise it on a world-class first-team centre-back instead.

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