Over the summer, Tottenham Hotspur was able to offload defender Cameron Carter-Vickers who went on loan to Celtic FC. However, there were conflicting reports about the option to buy price for the 23-year-old.
Some reports initially stated that the option to buy for a fee of around £6-million. Then there was a report on add-ons raising the price to £10 million. Nonetheless, it doesn’t seem that either is a sum that Tottenham could receive for Carter-Vickers.
According to a journalist John Wenham, who spoke with Football Insider, stated that Tottenham would be lucky to receive at most £3-million for the defender.
“The club is realistic in their valuations. He has 18 months remaining on his deal after January. There is no way Tottenham are asking for £10 million; that’s ridiculous,” Wenham said.
“I reckon it will be between £2.5 million or £3 million. That £10 million figure is totally wide of the mark.”
Carter-Vickers appears to be settling well with the Scottish giants, and with 18 months left on his contract with Spurs, the north London-based club will be happy to accept that fee for a player with no future with them.
In November, the defender stated that he would like to remain long-term in Glasgow.
“It’s something that I’m open to, but I haven’t given it much thought at this stage, to be fair. I still have plenty of games left in this season, and that is my focus,” Carter-Vickers said. “I have really enjoyed it. The staff and the players have been really good with me, and that’s helped me.”
Reckon like the original statement I will speculate with knowing the actual fact. Vickers maybe have that as a non-performing value. Only cars a I depreciates will performing well. You miss the point of people making claims they have no first hand knowledge of. But thanks I do know what the word means on its own and in a sentence.
Cameron is valued at 1.8 million by transfermarkt, 23 years old and after being on our books since he was eleven.. So I reckon the same. ‘Reckoning’ is the act of calculating the amount of something.. “Reckoned’ means to believe that something is true or possible.
He’s doing well at Celtic, the fans love him. He’s playing Europa League football and has a League Cup final to look forward to in a few weeks.
For a player floating around the lower Leagues this is a real win. So well played Spurs, Celtic and Cameron for finding his ideal spot.
I have read more than once that his contract was near the end and the club had extended by 12 months so if true this is great info.
Whatever.I fully expect Levy to price him out of a move and he will remain on our books until his contract expires.Sound familiar?
So one expert rubbish existing speculation then drop, “I reckoned” which simply means I have no fact, but I must look like I know what am talking about. Better than “my source” I reckoned