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First summer departure from Tottenham all but confirmed
By Bruce Grove -

Next summer will bring departures and incomings at Tottenham and it seems we already know which player is set to be the first one out the door.

Football Insider claims Tottenham will let Cameron Carter-Vickers leave at the end of this season when his current deal expires.

The American has been on the books of Tottenham for the last 12 years and this will be the last.

He has spent most of his time out on loan and hasn’t exactly found his feet.

He is now doing way better as he spends this campaign on loan at Bournemouth.

But the report says no matter how well the next few months go for him, Tottenham will not offer him a new contract.

The Lilywhites have some youngsters in the academy whom they have groomed and hope will make the big step up to the senior team.

The likes of Oliver Skipp have been shinning on loan as he helps Norwich work towards a Premier League return.

However, centre back Carter-Vickers hasn’t shown so much promise in a position that Tottenham needs to strengthen.

They signed Joe Rodon from Swansea in the last summer transfer window after searching for a top defender for a long time.

They will probably strengthen that position again in the summer, but Vickers doesn’t have the quality that they need.

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Paul Donovan
Paul Donovan
1 month ago

Youngsters must not just be ready for first team but good enough to win trophies

Marco
Marco
1 month ago

I’d rather CCV than Dier at CB any day of the week!

Lilywhitesmurf
Lilywhitesmurf
1 month ago
Reply to  Marco

Totally agree.

Lilywhitesmurf
Lilywhitesmurf
1 month ago

Looking at some of the clowns we currently play at CB he cant be as bad surely.
I haven’t seen much of him but he made a real impact on loan a Luton..so much so there fans were gutted they couldn’t keep him.

Essex Tony
Essex Tony
1 month ago
Reply to  Lilywhitesmurf

Can’t disagree with your first comment.

As to the 2nd one, it was Luton. Not exactly a yardstick of excellence for a premier league club. I’d prefer him to go on loan to somewhere like Fulham/Villa and rip the place up. Then you know you have a player.

Lilywhitesmurf
Lilywhitesmurf
1 month ago
Reply to  Essex Tony

Saved Luton from relegation..its tough scrapping in the Championship.
How can you not agree with the first comment….if its not Sanchez scoring a driving header into his own net or Dier lying on the floor kicking Chelsea players. A pair of calamities.