Cameron Carter-Vickers has not found a permanent home as it was announced on Friday that Scottish Premiership side Celtic agreed to a transfer with the English Premier League’s Tottenham Hotspur for the center-back.
Antonio Conte’s admiration of Weston McKennie has not died down as it appears that he wants English Premier League side Tottenham Hotspur to make another attempt during summer to sign him from Juventus.
In comments to the Scottish press over the Christmas holiday, Celtic FC manager Ange Postecoglou gave Cameron Carter-Vickers and American fans alike a welcomed present, confirming attempts to permanently lock in the defender.
American players are no longer immune from the negative impacts of big, rich teams stockpiling young players with potential and continuously sending them out on loan.
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.
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 group-state draw for Europe’s new third-tier competition took place on Friday afternoon in Istanbul, giving a handful of Yanks the opportunity to rack up more frequent flyer miles when they travel across the continent.
Several Americans saw their teams clear the final hurdle to reach the group stage of Europe’s third-tier competition, however it was not all roses as new Aberdeen arrival Christian Ramirez was unable to push his team over the line.
It looks like midfielder Weston McKennie could be on his way out of Juventus before the transfer deadline as it has been reported that several English Premier League teams have shown interest in signing him.