Cameron Carter-Vickers is not expected to play for Tottenham Hotspur ever again, with the defender’s future in North London looking uncertain.
Carter-Vicker currently finds himself on loan in the Championship at AFC Bournemouth, after sealing yet another temporary move away from Spurs.
The 22-year-old has spent the last three years away from Spurs out on loan at the likes of Sheffield United, Ipswich Town, Swansea City, Stoke and Luton Town.
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This season, he’s on loan at Bournemouth, but is yet to make an appearance for Cherries having been behind the likes of Steve Cook and Chris Mepham in the pecking order.
According to Football Insider, Carter-Vickers’ time at Spurs is set to come to an end sooner rather than later, with the defender not expected to play for the club again.
His current deal with Spurs expires next summer, and there aren’t any plans to offer him a new contract, according to Football Insider.
Jose Mourinho gave the green light for Carter-Vickers to leave permanently in the summer, but Bournemouth agreed a loan deal until the end of the season instead.
This really doesn’t come as a surprise.
The American has only made four appearances for Spurs in the first-team, and he’s struggled for form and regular game time whilst out on loan.
Spurs have so many talented defenders at the club, and with Joe Rodon arriving in the summer, it only decreases the defender’s chances of first-team football under Mourinho.