Tottenham Hotspur have confirmed that they have terminated the loan deal of Cameron Carter-Vickers today, bringing him back to the London based club six-months early.
Spurs released the news by means of their official website this afternoon.
The USA international joined Sheffield United on a season-long loan spell in August 2017, and went on to make 17 appearances for the Blades this term.
The 20-year-old even scored on his debut for United, as the Blades beat Bolton 1-0 back in September 2017.
Carter-Vickers also earned his first senior call up to the USA senior team whilst he was playing for Sheffield United, playing as a substitute in the friendly fixture versus Portugal.
Football Insider verdict:
Cameron Carter-Vickers impressed during his tenure with Sheffield United, and the first-team football he earned there will only help him in his development. The American is unlikely to see any first team action for Spurs, and there is no comment as to whether Pochettino will send the 20-year-old out on another loan spell. Spurs have been busy this January in terms of loan deals for their young players, so the recall of Carter-Vickers could be Pochettino ensuring he has enough cover for the first team.
In other Tottenham transfer news, contract talks are ongoing with this International enforcer.