Celtic have signed defender Cameron Carter-Vickers from Tottenham on a four-year deal.
The US international spent last season on loan at Glasgow and played a key role in helping Ange Postecoglou’s side win the Scottish Premiership title and League Cup.
Carter-Vickers, 24, made 45 appearances for Celtic and scored four goals, including one on his debut against Ross County and a vital winner against Rangers at Ibrox.
“I’m delighted to join Celtic and really couldn’t be happier,” he said.
“I’ve loved every minute of my time at Celtic so far and was keen to be a part of the club’s future.
“We have a fantastic group of players at the club, we have a really good vibe and atmosphere among us and we all worked so hard together to achieve the success in the League and League Cup last season.
“I wanted to make sure I was part of this group and working under a great manager and now we all want to achieve more.
“We have so much to look forward to, we will try to be strong again domestically and of course we are looking forward to the Champions League with great anticipation.
“I was welcomed so warmly by everyone at the club and also by our fans from day one. If you are lucky enough to be at Celtic you can see that it really is one of the greatest football clubs in the world.
“I’m delighted to have this opportunity at a club of this size and I will do everything I can to do my part to ensure that our fans continue to thrive.”
“A great acquisition for Celtic”
Celtic manager Ange Postecoglou added: “I am delighted that the club have made Cameron’s signing permanent.
“This is a big acquisition for Celtic, really positive news for us and everyone at the club has worked so hard to make this happen.
“Cameron has given his all to the club so far, showing his true value to the team and the way we play.
“He was crucial to our success throughout the season, such a hard-working player of real quality and he was an absolute paragon of consistency.
“When we identify a player we always hope that they can settle into things as quickly and easily as possible but like so many other players during the season Cameron has fitted brilliantly into life at Celtic from the start.
“He’s a great guy, very popular and we’re delighted he sees his future with us.”
“From Riot to Title”
A year ago, Celtic turned to the relatively unknown Ange Postecoglou to revitalize a club in turmoil and he silenced doubters by winning the Scottish Premiership title and League Cup in his debut season.
Postecoglou’s start to life at Parkhead did not start well as he failed to win his first three games, resulting in a Champions League elimination and an opening day loss to Hearts in the league.
However, the Australian always insisted he would not give up his footballing philosophy of attacking, entertaining and relentless football and piece by piece rebuilt a struggling side that was blown aside by Rangers last season.
The title win came on a Wednesday night in May at Tannadice, with the manager promising it was just the beginning for him and his burgeoning talent at Celtic.
Click here to read what the Celtic manager has made of his first season at the club and what lies ahead.
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