Carroll's West Ham move unlikely
Wed, 01 Aug 2012 6:36a.m.
All Whites defender Winston Reid may not get to play alongside Andy Carroll at West Ham next season after reports suggesting Carroll has rejected a temporary move.
Liverpool had accepted the $4 million bid from the East-London club for the striker, including the $34 million add-on to take Carroll permanently should West Ham remain in the Premier League.
The possibility of linking up with West Ham captain Kevin Nolan, a good friend of Carroll, was hoped to be a big enough incentive for the England international to make the move south.
However European football is understood to be Carroll’s main desire next season, something his former club Newcastle, who are also interested, could provide.
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1/08/2012 7:41:50 a.m.
Chris Harris wrote:
Good. It was over-rated, over-hyped and over-paid players that didn't really want to play for the club that helped us get relegated in the first place. that and the worst manger in the history of West Ham let alone the PL.
1/08/2012 7:34:25 a.m.
the deal cannot be close to collapse ,as for it to be that there has to be a deal in the first place. liverpool and brendan rogers said carrol would not be going out on loan. so that immediately blows this jackonory story out of the water dont oyu think
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