One Tottenham Hotspur loanee that often gets lost in the shuffle of players that are out of north London temporarily is Cameron Carter-Vickers. The 24-year-old is on loan to Celtic FC and is wrapping up a successful stint with the Scottish football giants.
Celtic has an option to buy Carter-Vickers, but the United States international’s form isn’t going unnoticed by some Premier League clubs, and SBI Soccer reports Newcastle United has joined the list of teams interested in landing Carter-Vickers this summer.
According to the report, The Magpies wanted to secure the defender last year but could not strike a deal. However, now it seems as though they want to revisit their interest in Carter-Vickers.
When it comes to a transfer fee Newcastle United might need to pay it might be the price Celtic has on the option to keep the defender, which is roughly an initial fee of £6-million with add-ons taking the total cost of the deal to £10-million.
Good man, joins the long and illustrious list of Spurs players to go and win silverware elsewhere!
With respect, I think moneybags Newcastle can probably aim a bit higher than this!
Well done to Cameron, won the League title last night with Celtic and Celtic are guaranteed Champions League group stage football next season.