Celtic have announced the permanent signing of Cameron Carter-Vickers from Tottenham.
The USMNT defender hugely impressed during his season-long loan at Parkhead for the 2021/22 campaign, securing a place in the Scottish Premiership Team of the Year after helping the Hoops complete a domestic double.
90min previously reported that Celtic would face a tough job to keep Carter-Vickers as a number of Premier League sides were interested in his services, but they have won the race for his signature and confirmed that he has signed a four-year contract on Friday.
“I am so pleased to complete my move to Celtic and I really could not be happier,” Carter-Vickers told the club’s website.
“I have loved every minute of my time at Celtic so far and I really wanted to be part of the club’s future.
“We have a fantastic group of players at the club, we have a really good spirit and atmosphere among us and we all worked so hard together to deliver the league and League Cup success last season.”
“I wanted to make sure I was part of this group going forward and working under a great manager, and now we all want to achieve more.
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“We have so much to look forward to, we will aim to be strong again domestically and of course we look ahead with real excitement to the Champions League.
“I have received such a great welcome from everyone at the club from day one and also from our supporters. When you are fortunate enough to be inside Celtic you can see it really is one of the world’s great football clubs.
“I am delighted to be given this opportunity at a club of this stature and I will be doing all I can to play my part in bringing more and more success to our fans.”
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