Graham Roberts insists that Celtic’s new signing Cameron Carter-Vickers simply isn’t good enough.
Carter-Vickers has been with Spurs since 2009 but has struggled to make his way into the first-team.
Is Carter-Vickers done at Spurs?
Yes, it is time to move on
No, deserves another chance
The United States international has made a total of five senior appearances for the club and has gone on loan to Sheffield United, Ipswich Town, Swansea City, Stoke City, Luton Town and AFC Bournemouth before the switch to Scotland.
Carter-Vickers played 87 minutes in the UEFA Conference League play-off against Pacos de Ferreira in Portugal, making a serious error as Nuno Espirito Santo’s side lost 1-0.
And Roberts, who is a former Spurs and Rangers player, believes that the centre-back does not have the ability required to play in the Premier League with regularity, leading to him moving north of the border.
Speaking to This Is Futbol, he said: “He had a bad game and people do have bad games but I’ve seen him at Bournemouth, I’ve seen him at other clubs, I just don’t think he’s a Premier League player. Maybe he’ll do well up there, he might do well for Celtic, so good luck to him.”