Ipswich Town have signed Tottenham youngster Cameron Carter-Vickers on loan till the end of the season, per Standard.
The American spent the first half of the season with Sheffield United and returned to Spurs on Monday. The 20-year old is showing tremendous potential and is someone who Spurs can be excited about.
During the first half of the season, he went on to make 17 appearances for Chris Wilder’s side an also earned his full international debut for the United States Men’s national team.
After taking a negative stance of loans during his earlier days as Spurs manager, Pochettino has now sent two of his clubs hottest prospects out on loan in the same week with Marcus Edwards moving to Norwich.
Carter-Vickers is now aiming to help Ipswich launch a challenge for a place in the promotion-playoffs.
He said: “I didn’t expect to be called back. I thought I would be at Sheffield for the season but then I got told Ipswich wanted me,” Carter-Vickers told the Ipswich website.
“It’s all happened very quickly but I know Ipswich are a big club and it’s an exciting opportunity for me.”
“I looked at the Championship table and Ipswich are only four points off the play-offs so hopefully I can help the team push on and compete for the top six places.”
“I’ve really enjoyed Championship football. It’s a demanding league and there are a lot of big clubs in the division. Ipswich are one of them and I’m thankful for the chance to come and play here.”