Tottenham are willing to sell Cameron Carter-Vickers this week for just £4 million, according to Football Insider.
Carter-Vickers looked like breaking into the first-team at various stages under Mauricio Pochettino but his stock has fallen over the last couple of years following three unsuccessful loan spells in the Championship.
The American was most recently on loan at Stoke City this season but lost his place and was sent back to Spurs, where he is not getting a look-in under Jose Mourinho.
As a result, Football Insider claims Carter-Vickers is likely to be on his way out of north London by the end of the week with Tottenham willing to accept just £4 million for the 22-year-old. Negotiations with clubs are said be ongoing.
TEAMtalk believes Fulham, Derby County, Huddersfield Town and Middlesbrough are all keen on Carter-Vickers, though the Championship quartet are said to be eager to sign him on loan.
With that in mind, Spurs may have to lower their asking price even further if they are to convince his suitors to make permanent offers. Time will tell whether that’s a realistic possibility.