West Ham should consider a move for Tottenham centre-back Cameron Carter-Vickers, with Jose Mourinho allegedly happy to sell the defender, according to the Athletic.

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Hammers boss David Moyes is clearly desperately trying to add a centre-back to his ranks before tonight’s 11pm deadline.

We have already been linked with a massive list of names including the likes of James Tarkowski (The Telegraph), Daniele Rugani (Corriere Torino), Duje Caleta-Car (the Sun) and Nikola Milenkovic (Gianluca Di Marzio).

But as things stand, we appear to be nowhere near actually strengthening our back-line.

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Cameron Carter-Vickers (Photo by James Williamson – AMA/Getty Images)

So with that in mind, West Ham should consider making a move for Tottenham centre-back Cameron Carter-Vickers.

The Athletic claims that Spurs boss Jose Mourinho would be happy to sanction the eight-capped United States international’s exit from the Tottenham Hotspur Stadium.

The 22-year-old has spent the last three seasons away from Tottenham on loan with five different clubs.

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Cameron Carter-Vickers (Photo by James Williamson – AMA/Getty Images)

Standing at 6ft tall, Carter-Vickers isn’t the tallest of defenders, but he is incredibly mobile and is very good in possession. He ability to play out from the back really is very impressive.


The American joined Luton on loan for the second half of last season. And in 16 league outings for the Hatters, the 22-year-old averaged 0.9 tackles, one interception, 6.6 clearances and 0.8 blocks per game. He also won 3.8 aerial duals on average per match (Who Scored).

In those 16 appearances, Carter-Vickers made an average of 35.5 passes per game with an impressive completion rate of 75.4% (Who Scored).

West Ham should be able to pick the Tottenham ace up for a reasonable fee, with Mourinho allegedly prepared to sell.

And as the desperation to sign a centre-back grows, perhaps the Hammers do not need to look too far afield in order to strengthen their backline.

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