With Tottenham Hotspur youngster Cameron Carter-Vickers enjoying loan spells away from White Hart Lane last season at both Ipswich Town and Sheffield United, as the loan transfer window edges to its final week, a number of fans at Portman Road would be delighted to see him return.
The 20-year-old spent the first half of the campaign at Bramall Lane making 18 appearances with the return of one goal, and his spell at the Tractor boys was just as impressive as he made another 17 Championship showings.
He certainly impressed them with his performance levels and commitment and as they continue their post Mick McCarthy era, with the expectation being that he’ll find game time limited with us this year, some would more than welcome a return for him if Spurs would be open to it.
Please get ccv back! Rated him very highly last year on loan #itfc
— Josh Bolton (@minijosh97) August 19, 2018
Maybe a change of formation? Return to three at the back possibly.
The defending did look a little desperate at times yesterday and CCV would definitely help tighten up that back line.
— ITFC_Steve (@Ipswich_Steve) August 19, 2018
Ffs Swansea want to sign Carter vickers as well.
— ITFC Radders (@ITFCradders) August 20, 2018
— Joshua TractorBoy???? (@JJKWaters) August 19, 2018
Carter Vickers on his way back to #itfc.? Yes bloody please!
— kevin francis (@muccletonjoe) August 19, 2018
Would absolutely love this – he is a class act, strong, good in the air and reads the game very well for a young lad
— Paul Day (@magpieday) August 19, 2018
Their manager Paul Hurst has played down speculation previously about a possible return, but it would certainly make sense from our point of view I would think. Even loaning him away for the entire campaign, we will naturally have a break clause come January if we need to reassess for whatever reason.
The Mirror also link him with a possible loan out to either Swansea City (as per the above tweet) and Sheffield Wednesday, so we have options to ensure maximum game time.
It’s going to be better for the lad than sitting in the Under 23 squad or on the bench.