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Cameron Carter-Vickers would be open to joining Celtic on a permanent transfer having enjoyed his time on loan from Tottenham Hotspur so far, via quotes by The Scottish Sun.

The Bhoys raided Spurs to seal a season-long deal for the defender in the final minutes of the summer market. He has since proven to be a key part of boss Ange Postecoglou’s side.

Postecoglou has started the 23-year-old in all 15 of the Hoops’ fixtures since signing the United States international. He has also scored twice in nine Premiership outings to date.

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Carter-Vickers believes he is learning a lot and the Tottenham loanee is enjoying his time at Celtic. So, he would be open to securing a permanent move next year. But securing results over the remainder of the season after reaching the League Cup final remains his priority.


“It is something I am open to,” Carter-Vickers said. “But I haven’t given it much thought at this stage, to be fair. I still have plenty of games left in this season and that is my focus.

“I have really enjoyed it. The staff and the players have been really good with me and that’s helped me. This is definitely one where I’m learning a lot and I’m enjoying my football.

“I feel like I’ve adapted well. That is partly down to the coaches and players here making me feel so welcome from the beginning. The coach has put in a system which is easy to adapt to and play in. That’s been helpful.”

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Should Tottenham loanee Carter-Vickers seal permanent transfer to Celtic?

Carter-Vickers will be relishing holding a vital role in Postecoglou’s defence during his loan transfer from Tottenham to Celtic.

He has played the full 90-minutes in all of the Bhoys’ fixtures since joining the Premiership side. The Hoops have also kept seven clean sheets with the eight-cap enforcer playing.

Celtic and Carter-Vickers registered their latest shut out on Saturday against St Johnstone in their Scottish League Cup semi-final win.

They will now hope for an eighth away to Bayer Leverkusen in the Europa League group stage on Thursday night.

Registering further clean sheets will likely strengthen any desires Celtic have to agree a permanent transfer with Tottenham for Carter-Vickers.

And the £20k-a-week defender is unlikely to snub the switch, having only played five first-team games for Tottenham, despite breaking through from their academy in 2016.