USA international, Cameron Carter-Vickers is set to leave Spurs this summer after entering the final year of his deal, and his suitors can land him for an affordable fee.
The American was one of the best prospects to leave the club’s academy, but he has failed to live up to the expectations and has never represented the Spurs first team in the Premier League, though he did feature in four domestic cup games.
He spent the first half of this season on loan at Stoke City, but he similarly struggled to make an impact before he joined Luton Town for the second half of the campaign.
He did better with Luton as he helped them to avoid relegation from the Championship. He is back at Spurs now, but not for long as the club wants to get him off their wage bill on a permanent basis now.
Football Insider claims that the club is so keen to get rid of him that he will be allowed to leave for just £2.5million.
He had been valued at £5million last summer and £4million in the January transfer window.
He is a target for Luton after his impressive loan spell with them, however, his wages will prove to be a stumbling block for the club as they look to stay financially responsible.
The 22-year-old has played eight times for the USA.