Cameron Carter-Vickers has gone from being a promising youngster at Spurs to something of a forgotten man in recent seasons, and with his latest loan spell not going to plan, Daniel Levy must ensure that he leaves the North London club this summer.
Since then, he has spent a lot of time on loan in the Championship, with a number of clubs including Sheffield United, Swansea and Luton Town.
It was a perplexing decision to send the young defender out on loan when his contract with Spurs ends at the end of this season and was perhaps even more perplexing when they failed to recall him in January, despite his lack of game time with the Cherries.
In two of his Championship appearances, Bournemouth would suffer a 1-0 loss against struggling opposition in Luton Town and Derby County, whilst his most recent performance was in their 3-2 win against Birmingham City, so he has failed to keep a single clean sheet this season.
Therefore, it seems clear that Carter-Vickers is never going to be good enough to play regularly for Spurs, so whilst it might be disappointing for Daniel Levy to not receive a fee, the Spurs chairman should ensure that the 23-year-old outcast isn’t offered any new terms and leaves the club on the expiry of his contract at the end of this season.