Cameron Carter-Vickers is set to finally leave Tottenham after the Lilywhites accepted a bid from Bournemouth for his signature, Football Insider has revealed.
The USA international has been on the books of Tottenham since 2009 and finally got his first-team chance seven years later.
Still only 22, he has enjoyed a number of loan spells away from the Tottenham stadium.
He spent last season on loan at Stoke City and Luton Town, but it was at the latter team that he really enjoyed his time.
Luton wanted to sign him permanently, by they have been priced out of a move for him by Bournemouth.
The Cherries have just been relegated from the Premier League, but they are looking for a swift return to the English top flight.
They have sold Callum Wilson and Nathan Ake in this transfer window, so they have money to spend.
Carter-Vickers has entered the final year of his current deal at Spurs, and the club wasn’t thinking about handing him a new contract.
The report adds that Spurs have accepted Bournemouth’s bid, and they have given him permission to speak to the South Coast team.
The fee is reported to be seven-figures, Spurs will add it to their transfer budget as they look to continue buying players.