West Ham want to sign 24-year-old Tottenham ace, Conte open to selling him

West Ham United are reportedly interested in signing Tottenham centre-back Cameron Carter-Vickers.

According to 90 minutes, the Hammers will face stiff competition for the Spurs defender’s signature this summer.

West Ham manager David Moyes will need to reinforce his central defence before the start of the next campaign at the London Stadium.

Angelo Ogbonna, who will turn 34 before the end of the month, is currently rehabilitating from an ACL injury. Meanwhile, Issa Diop is sidelined with an Achilles injury, and Kurt Zouma appears to be more vulnerable than we anticipated.

Craig Dawson, on top of it all, will turn 32 in a few months. As a result, bringing in a strong centre-back with youth on his side should be a priority this summer.

According to 90 minutes, the Hammers are keeping an eye on Spurs centre-back Cameron Carter-Vickers’ status ahead of the summer transfer window.

Tottenham are looking for about £10 million for the 8-cap United States international (TEAMtalk).

Carter-Vickers has been a sensation for Celtic during his loan stay this season.

In any case, it’s quite unlikely that Spurs will sell the American to West Ham United, especially given the fact that Southampton, Crystal Palace, Wolves, and Everton are among the clubs interested in signing him.

At first sight, West Ham’s interest in the Tottenham defender ahead of the summer window seems logical, but dig a little further and it appears to be a highly unlikely transfer.