National media rate Tottenham Star 9/10 for Wednesday’s display


Cameron Carter-Vickers has already proven to be a crucial part of Celtic’s pursuit of the Scottish Premiership title – and the Tottenham loanee scored for the Hoops on Wednesday night in a crucial 2-0 win over St. Mirren.

Carter-Vickers, 24, has recorded 34 appearances for Celtic this season in all competitions – more than any other club he has played for, despite six loan spells at previous clubs. He helped keep 17 sheets clean.

The England-born US international has a permanent clause included in his loan spell at Celtic – but other English clubs are starting to show interest. He has a contract at Tottenham until the summer of 2023, but a move is planned.

West Ham, Leicester and Wolves are all interested in the £10m-rated ace. Surely they will have watched his performance on Wednesday night – in which he scored a brilliant goal and kept a clean sheet at Parkhead.

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The Scottish Daily Express gave Carter-Vickers a 9/10, reporting, “Good strength and played some nice long-range passes. I came with the goods with a sweet volley after the restart to open the scoring.

Carter-Vickers shines: What should Tottenham do with the Celtic star?

The American star becomes an unlikely asset for Spurs. His form at Celtic has been superb, but a £10m fee for the Hoops would make him a club record signing. They might try to arrange a smaller figure for the defender.

Tottenham might have more fun selling to a Premier League rival – getting the fee they want. But then they run the risk of improving a club within and around them – with Wolves, Leicester and West Ham of similar stature.

So Spurs have to decide – sell to Celtic for a price a bit lower than what Premier League clubs will offer, or make maximum money but strengthen a rival. An interesting summer awaits the eight-time American star.

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