Cameron Carter-Vickers makes Celtic exit decision

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Cameron Carter-Vickers has endured a difficult season, having had to deal with constant injury problems throughout the course of the campaign. That has seen him miss a lot of the action and the United States international, who is Celtic's best centre-back without a doubt, has played a little over 2000 minutes of football in total.

The good thing is that he seems to have recovered from his fitness issues and has been consistently available for selection since late February. His presence has been vital in getting Celtic back ahead of the Rangers in the title race. Hopefully, that remains the case moving forward as well.

Of course, it should not come as a surprise that someone of Carter-Vickers' ability is drawing interest after three years at Celtic. What does the immediate future hold for him though?

As tweeted by Larry Henry Jr, there is continued interest from several Turkish Super Lig clubs in Carter-Vickers. But he is happy with Celtic and has no plans in making a move anytime soon.

Cameron Carter-Vickers makes Celtic exit decision

That update will be music to the ears of Celtic supporters. Of course, things can change quickly if a top club come calling. But as of now, it looks like Carter-Vickers has no plans of leaving Parkhead.

Carter-Vickers is the type of player that Celtic should try to keep around for years to come. He is a leader and could go down as a true legend of the club if he spends enough time in Glasgow. He has already won five trophies with the Hoops and is closing in on his third-straight Scottish league title.

Perhaps the most important thing about Carter-Vickers right now is his fitness. Hopefully, he can remain injury-free moving forward. There are also rumours that Celtic could try to sign another centre-back this summer to partner with the American in the heart of defence.