Bournemouth are interested in signing Tottenham defender Cameron Carter-Vickers on a loan deal, according to Football Insider.
The 22-year-old has featured heavily for Spurs in pre-season – including a start in Saturday’s friendly defeat to Watford – but is way down the pecking order in north London and isn’t likely to be part of Jose Mourinho’s plans moving forward.
Carter-Vickers has made just four senior appearances for Tottenham, with the last of those coming in January 2017 and has spent time on loan at a number of EFL sides during the previous few seasons – including Swansea City, Stoke City and most recently, Luton Town.
The defender has been linked with a return to Kenilworth Road in this window – with Hatters boss Nathan Jones not ruling out re-signing the American. However, it appears that Bournemouth, who were relegated from the Premier League last season, are now in the driving seat to sign Carter-Vickers.
The Insider believe that Carter-Vickers has been told to find a club before the window closes next month and the Cherries have launched a loan bid for the centre-back, who has less than nine months left on his Tottenham deal and looks to have played his last game.