Tottenham’s Cameron Carter-Vickers is non-committal on his Celtic future amid recent rumours linking him with a move to Everton.
Celtic were able to celebrate their title win in style over the weekend, hammering Motherwell 6-0 at Parkhead.
The title was already in the bag for Celtic but this was just party mode for the Bhoys as they ran riot.
Kyogo Furuhahsi and Giorgos Giakoumakis bagged two each as Celtic went goal crazy, signing off their season in style.
The attention will quickly turn to the summer transfer window – and whether Carter-Vickers ends up staying or not.
Tottenham’s Cameron Carter-Vickers is non-committal on his Celtic future
This was the final game of loan deals for defender Carter-Vickers and winger Jota.
Both players are scheduled to return to their parent clubs but Celtic naturally want to keep them after superb seasons.
Jota may grab more headlines with his attacking play but Cater-Vickers has been outstanding at the back.
The American international only joined Celtic late on deadline day but looked at home very quickly.
Carter-Vickers struck up a superb partnership with Carl Starfelt and finally looks to be settled.
Carter-Vickers had been out on loan at six different clubs before heading to Celtic.
This finally feels like home for Carter-Vickers but his performances are attracting interest.
90Min claim that Southampton, Fulham, West Ham, Crystal Palace, Wolves and Everton are all interested in Carter-Vickers.
Celtic have an option to buy Carter-Vickers as part of the loan deal but they still have to convince him to snub Premier League interest.
Carter-Vickers is now quoted by Foobtall London as saying that ‘we’ll see’ when asked whether he would be signing for Celtic permanently.
“I’m just enjoying today at the moment. We’ll see,” said Carter-Vickers, seemingly non-committal right now.
So much Premier League interest is bound to be appealing to Carter-Vickers, but he would earn that even if he stayed at Celtic for a couple of years.
Carter-Vickers has struggled to find a true home throughout his career but has found one at Celtic.
Turning 25 later this year, it’s time for Carter-Vickers to be starting and starring. Celtic is the best move for that reason, even if clubs like Everton are appealing.