Tottenham set to sell Cameron Carter-Vickers to Stoke for £6m

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Tottenham Hotspur defender Cameron Carter-Vickers is set to join Stoke City in a £6m transfer deadline day deal, per BBC Sport journalist Ian Dennis.

What’s the word?

Spurs are reported to have sanctioned the sale of the defender, despite initial reports claiming that any move would be a loan.

Carter-Vickers has struggled to make a breakthrough in north London, making just four senior appearances across a seven-year stay at the club.

A number of Spurs’ deadline day deals remain up in the air and sources have confirmed to Football FanCast that the club are attempting to tie up the transfers of Ryan Sessegnon from Fulham and Giovani Lo Celso from Real Betis, while there is also interest in Juventus’ Paulo Dybala.

Verdict

This is good business from Spurs.

Carter-Vickers has been on loan three times during his stint at the club, playing for Sheffield United, Ipswich Town and Swansea City.

Finally, though, he is being moved on for a fee.

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A move at £6m in this transfer window is not necessarily going to grab too many headlines, but it will be a boost to Spurs’ coffers.

As the club attempt to bring in a number of new additions prior to Thursday’s 5pm transfer deadline, that wedge of cash could be important in getting those deals over the line.

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