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April 8, 2013

Andy Carroll transfer to West Ham

Andy Carroll is unwanted by Brendan Rodgers. It is no rocket science. According to Brendan Rodgers, he does not fit into the Liverpool scheme of things. As a result of which, the young English striker, Andy Carroll was sent on loan to West Ham, with the club also interested in signing the player, if West Ham is not relegated this season.

It is not only West Ham, but Newcastle United is also said to be in the loop for the English striker, which cost Liverpool GBP 35 million from Newcastle United after the sale of Fernando Torres to Chelsea in 2011. The Liverpool think tank has put a GBP 17 million price tag, which many teams may not agree with. It would not be surprising, if West Ham also do not agree to sign the player after the loan spell, even after relegation. The lanky striker has not been in the best of form apart from missing matches with injuries, which does not auger well for Liverpool.

Initially, there were rumours that Liverpool was also interested in Ben Arfa and were thinking of using Andy Carroll for a swap deal, but as per latest reports, Liverpool are wary of getting this deal done for Ben Arfa, as his injury has been a major worry at Newcastle. Liverpool would not want to sign a player who is injury prone, especially for next season, which will be one of their biggest season in recent times.

In spite of Liverpool no keen on Carroll’s services, they do not want to sell the player for cheap, as Brendan knows about the quality of the player, who somehow fails to be part of BR’s future plan. So, they will wait for the right price.


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