Watford, Wolves, Leicester have joined the race to sign Tottenham defender Cameron Carter-Vickers, according to SBI soccer.
The American is currently enjoying a loan spell with Scottish Premiership giants Celtic and has already made more than 30 appearances this season, winning the Scottish Cup back in November.
Celtic were hoping to seal a £6m January deal for the defender, with Tottenham including an option-to-buy in his move to the Glasgow giants last August.
However, they were unable to complete a deal, which could see them miss out on signing him when the summer transfer window opens.
That’s because SBI Soccer believe that Midlands duo Wolves and Leicester, along with both Watford and Bournemouth, are both keen on signing the centre-back, who’ll have just 12 months left on his Tottenham contract at the end of the season.
The report says that Spurs still value the player around £6m, although add-ons could see them receive as much as £10m for his services, which would be an extremely good deal for a player who’s simply not in Antonio Conte’s plans moving forward.