By Wayne Veysey

27th Jan, 2020 | 6:45am

Sources: Tottenham open talks to sell defender, £4m will seal deal

Tottenham are in talks to sell Cameron Carter-Vicker and will let him go permanently this week for £4million, Football Insider understands.

The defender, 22, cut short his season-long loan at Stoke City at the end of last month and is now set for another move.

A Spurs source has told Football Insider that the club are in negotiations with multiple clubs about a late-window deal for Carter-Vickers.

Middlesbrough are among the Championship teams in contact with Spurs, although most of his suitors would prefer a loan or loan-to-buy deal that a permanent January deal.

Spurs want £4m this month for a player with eight full USA caps as well as extensive experience in England’s second tier.

There is also interest in him from overseas club as the possibility grows that he will end his lengthy spell at Tottenham.

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Football Insider broke the news in December that Carter-Vickers’ loan at Stoke was set to be terminated after he had lost his place in Michael O’Neill’s side.

It was the defender’s fourth consecutive loan at a Championship club after spells at Swansea City, Ipswich Town and Sheffield United in the previous three seasons.

Former Spurs manager Mauricio Pochettino used to speak highly of Carter-Vickers, but he does not figure in the plans for Jose Mourinho.

At Stoke, the versatile defender, who can play at both centre-back or right-back, started 12 league matches earlier in the campaign among 15 appearances in all competitions before losing his regular place.

Carter-Vickers has a contract at Tottenham that runs until the summer of 2021.

In other Tottenham news, it can be REVEALED that Spurs are close to reaching agreement with right-sided flyer after weekend development.