Cameron Carter-Vickers is enjoying his time at Scottish Premiership side Glasgow Celtic, and it appears that he may be more than willing to stay with them permanently when his season-long loan finishes at the end of the season.
The 23-year-old center-back has firmly inserted himself into the Hoops starting eleven since moving up north at the end of August. He’s helped the team to keep clean sheets and has contributed among the goals as he has so far bagged two this season.
As Carter-Vickers continues to put in strong performances week in and week out, and receiving plaudits from Celtic supporters and analysts, the question has popped up about his future.
In a recent report in the Scotsman, the Tottenham Hotspur Academy graduate opened up about whether he would stay at Celtic Park on a permanent basis.
“It is something I am open to but I haven’t given it much thought at this stage, to be fair,” he said in the article. “I still have plenty of games left in this season and that is my focus. I feel like I have [adapted well]. That is partly down to the coaches and the 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 has been helpful.”
Carter-Vickers went on to say that he has not spoken with new Tottenham coach Antonio Conte as he is soley focused on performing well with Celtic.
This is the seventh loan for the English-born defender as he has spent time at Sheffield United, Ipswich Town, Swansea City, Stoke City, Luton Town, and Bournemouth.