Cameron Carter-Vickers is set to leave Tottenham permanently before the start of next season, according to Football Insider.
The defender is currently on loan at Bournemouth after Spurs failed to sell him in the previous summer transfer window, but he has made just eight Championship appearances because of injuries.
Bournemouth are his sixth loan club in four years, with Tottenham having given him plenty of chances to develop in the Championship ahead of a possible first-team stint in the future.
But those chances now look to be over. Football Insider claims Spurs won’t offer Carter-Vickers a new deal, so he will be able to leave the Londoners on a free transfer at the end of the current campaign.
Being frank, it’s about time. Carter-Vickers needs to find a permanent home for the sake of his own career, which has lacked consistency up to this point.
He has made eight senior appearances for the USA national team, and that number could increase if he settles somewhere and becomes the first-choice centre-back at a club of his level.