Cameron Carter-Vickers and Eunan O'Kane join Luton Town

Cameron Carter-Vickers (right) makes a tackle
Cameron Carter-Vickers (right) joins a Luton side who have conceded the most goals in the Championship (63)

Luton Town have signed Tottenham centre-back Cameron Carter-Vickers on loan for the rest of the season and Leeds midfielder Eunan O'Kane on an 18-month deal.

USA international Carter-Vickers, 22, was recalled from a season-long loan at Stoke, where he made 15 appearances.

O'Kane, 29, spent time on loan with the Hatters last season but broke his leg in just his third game for the club.

Luton have described the deal as an "18-month arrangement" with Leeds.

Carter-Vickers could feature against West Brom on Saturday, but O'Kane is injured and has not played competitively since suffering a fractured tibia and fibula against Bristol Rovers in September 2018.

"I'm hopeful that I'll be able to contribute between now and the end of the season but at the minute we are still finding that out," O'Kane told the club website.

"We haven't put a time frame on it, but ideally I'll be contributing sooner rather than later.

"The big thing in the conversations between myself and the club was about taking our time and it being that longer term option, rather than a short-term where there is the pressure to play immediately."

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