Bournemouth are interested in signing Tottenham defender Cameron Carter-Vickers on a permanent basis, according to journalist Kris Temple.
The American centre-back hasn’t made a first-team appearance for Spurs since an FA Cup tie in January 2017, and has spent the previous four seasons out on loan in the Championship.
He spent the last campaign on loan with the Cherries having signed a one-year deal, but fitness problems kept him out until after Christmas, only making his debut at former side Luton in January.
However, since breaking into Jonathan Woodgate’s team, the 23-year-old has been a mainstay, although his impressive form couldn’t help Bournemouth earn an instant return to the Premier League after they were knocked out of the play-offs by Brentford last week.
But reports believe that the South Coast outfit are keen on bringing Carter-Vickers back on a permanent basis next season.
Carter-Vickers’ Tottenham deal expires next month, meaning he’ll be available on a free to Woodgate.