Celtic agree personal terms with Carter-Vickers, talks expected with Spurs

Celtic are said to have agreed personal terms with Cameron Carter-Vickers as they look to secure the American defender for next season. The Spurs player signed on deadline day last summer and went on to make 45 appearances, scoring 4 goals. The deal was a season-long loan but the Hoops retained an option to buy.

According to The Daily Record, Celtic have managed to agree terms with the Tottenham defender but they will now need to negotiate with Daniel Levy regarding the payment plan for Carter-Vickers. The centre-back capped off a double-winning season in Scotland with a call-up to the USA National Team.

Celtic identified Carter-Vickers and Jota as the two top targets for this summer given the success that the pair have enjoyed. Both would cost £12.5m and Celtic will be keen to action these deals to maintain that the team are in the best possible position for next season.

The player is said to cost £6m but with add-ons which could take the deal in excess of £10m. The club were set to face competition for CCV with Everton, Bournemouth and Fulham hovering around in case Celtic do not activate around the June 15th deadline.

Celtic could actually face Spurs next season by virtue of The Champions League as both teams have qualified for the group stages. Carter-Vickers will be looking to make his mark in Europe’s top competition next year with Celtic.


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