New Liverpool boss Brendan Rodgers’ fluid passing style may leave England striker Andy Carroll a bit of a spare part.
It is certain there would be no shortage of suitors for the £35 million signing from Newcastle; the son of Silvio Berlusconi, AC Milan owner, has expressed his interest at taking Carroll to the San Siro on loan and Fulham are reportedly interested in a swap deal involving Clint Dempsey.
Now West Ham’s David Gold have thrown their hat in the ring, The Independent reported The Hammers want the striker on a season long loan with a view to a permanent £15 million move.
The geordie giant would suit Sam Allardyce’s long-ball tactics and a move to Upton Park would reunite Carroll with close friend and ex-Newcastle midfielder Kevin Nolan.
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