Cameron Carter-Vickers is free to leave Tottenham this summer – with Luton interested in re-signing the American defender after he enjoyed a successful loan spell at Kenilworth Road from January, according to the Football Insider.
The 22-year-old centre-back hasn’t played for Spurs since an FA Cup tie against Wycombe back in January 2017 and has been sent out on loan to a host of Championship clubs over the previous three seasons – including Sheffield United, Ipswich Town and Swansea City.
Carter-Vickers began last campaign with Stoke City, but recalled by Tottenham in January after making just 12 league appearances for the Potters in four months.
However, clearly not in Jose Mourinho’s plans, he was loaned out once more four weeks later – this time to Luton, where he became a regular starter and played a major role in helping the Hatters make a miraculous escape from relegation, culminating in a 3-2 victory over Blackburn Rovers on the final day of the campaign, which secured their Championship status.
And now, Luton want to re-sign Carter-Vickers, who has just one year remaining on his current Spurs contract.
It remains to be seen whether it’ll be on a permanent basis or another loan, but it appears that the defender has played his final game for the north London outfit.