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Report: Conte doesn't want 'outstanding' 24-year-old at Spurs next season, 5 PL clubs now circling

It looks as though Tottenham Hotspur defender Cameron Carter-Vickers won’t be on Spurs’ books for much longer.

However, the 24-year-old appears to be in demand, with no fewer than six clubs reportedly monitoring his situation.

According to 90Min, Tottenham do not have plans to integrate Carter-Vickers into the first-team squad next season.

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He is currently on loan at Celtic, where he has been making a real name for himself.

Carter-Vickers is in line to secure a League Cup and Premiership double with the Scottish Premiership giants.

Micah Richards deemed him “outstanding” following his display in the 2-1 league win over Rangers on 3 April.

The United States international also has just one year left on his Tottenham contract.

Spurs are therefore likely to cash in on him this summer while he still has some resale value.

Luckily for Tottenham, it looks as though there could be a bidding war on the cards.

According to 90Min, Southampton and Fulham have now joined the race for Carter-Vickers’ services.

In addition, West Ham, Crystal Palace, Wolves and Everton are also monitoring the situation.

Five clubs currently in the Premier League and one that will be in the top flight next season.

In addition, Celtic reportedly – and unsurprisingly – want Carter-Vickers on a permanent deal too.

Not a bad position for the Tottenham academy graduate to be in.

Carter-Vickers is reportedly considering his options and will make his choice once the season is over.

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