Loan defender signs in - Sheffield United

Evrard Martin
Août 27, 2017

US youth global Cameron Carter-Vickers has joined join Championship club Sheffield United on a season-long loan from Tottenham Hotspur.

The 19-year-old, a product of Tottenham's youth academy, has played for his club's senior team, with his debut coming against Gillingham in the EFL Cup; his team managed to win 5-0.

It is understood that Sheffield United boss Chris Wilder deploys a similar back three formation to Tottenham and that could be another big reason why Mauricio Pochettino has allowed the US youth global to join the Yorkshire club.

"Cameron last season really didn't play too much". The most important thing is to give the possibility to try to achieve and play regularly in the starting eleven.

Though he has yet to be capped by the U.S. men's national team, Carter-Vickers did receive his first call up to the Stars and Stripes last November and is likely to make his national team debut soon.

This is the first time that the two young Spurs players have been sent out on loan to other clubs.

The announcement two weeks ago that Josh Onomah would go out on loan to Aston Villa initially sparked some dismay from fans who had hoped for the best from the promising young midfielder. Working under an experienced and very good manager like Steve Bruce is only going to help him. Carter-Vickers might find it pretty hard to challenge for a spot in the first-team once he returns to London though.

D'autres rapports CampDesrEcrues

Discuter de cet article