There was a lot of activity on the last day of the summer transfer window, and Cameron Carter-Vickers was one of many to make a move as English Premier League side Tottenham decided at the last minute to send him up north to Scotland for a season-long loan with Glasgow Celtic.

The English transfer window closed at 11:00 pm on September 1, but Scotland still had one hour left which allowed for the London-based team to push through the loan for the 23-year-old.

It’s been a crazy time for Carter-Vickers as he is sent out on his seventh loan. After getting through Tottenham’s academy and being highly touted by former Spurs head coach Mauricio Pochettino, he was sent out on his first loan to Sheffield United. Then moves to Ipswich Town, Swansea City, Stoke City, Luton Town, and Bournemouth followed suit as chances to break into the first team with his parent club proved to be difficult.

The center-back will now head to Scotland where he will try to help Celtic reclaim the Premier League title.

Carter-Vickers will have his first chance to see action when Celtic plays host to Ross County in an SPL clash on September 11.

By Yanks Abroad

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