Glasgow Rangers boss Mark Warburton would be doing well to bring the American teenager to Ibrox.
Cameron Carter-Vickers USA U20 squad
Yesterday saw Glasgow Rangers complete a divisive move to sign Clint Hill on a free transfer.
Clint Hill celebrates scoring the second goal for QPR
The veteran defender has been seen by some as a poor signing, considering his lack of recent match practice and his advancing years.
There is no doubt Rangers and Mark Warburton need to bring in new defensive recruits to Ibrox – but Hill has not inspired much hope among the Rangers faithful.
Rangers' Dominic Ball celebrates at the end of the match
One player they are looking to replace is Dominic Ball. He was on loan from Tottenham Hotspur at Ibrox last season, but seems unlikely to return to Glasgow.
So what Rangers should do is look to bring in someone else from White Hart Lane this summer, that someone being American talent Cameron Carter-Vickers.
Chelsea's Tammy Abraham and Tottenham's Cameron Carter Vickers in action
The 18-year-old defender is already a massive hit in the American under-23s and Tottenham under-21s – even training with the first-team regularly toward the end of last season.
Rangers need to bring in a defender with the pace and tenacity that Carter-Vickers possesses and Spurs will be desperate for their teenage talent to get some major match practice.
If Tottenham are willing, Rangers must ask, as Ibrox could have a new loan hero if Carter-Vickers arrives in Glasgow.