Tottenham defender Cameron Carter-Vicker is not expected to play for the club again, Football Insider understands.
The centre-back, 22, has spent the last three seasons out on loan at five different English Championship teams.
A Spurs source has told Football Insider that the club are looking to let Carter-Vickers go permanently this summer.
He is not part of Jose Mourinho’s plans for next season and the Londoners will sell him if their asking price is met.
Tottenham had valued the versatile defender, who has a contract that runs until the summer of 2021, at around the £4million mark in January but no club was willing to pay that.
He instead joined Championship relegation battlers Luton Town on loan after falling out of favour at Stoke City, where he had spent the first half of the season.
The eight-times USA international had spent the previous two seasons on loan at Swansea City, Ipswich Town and Sheffield United.
Football Insider broke the news in late January that Carter-Vickers was set to join Luton after first revealing in December that his loan at Stoke was set to be terminated.
He had been a regular at Luton, starting six of their seven Championship matches before the season was suspended.
Carter-Vickers has only made four senior Spurs appearances, which all came in his teens, but he has now played in 83 matches in England’s second tier.
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