Liverpool loan Carroll to West Ham
Fri, 31 Aug 2012 8:58a.m.
Liverpool has sent Andy Carroll on a season-long loan to Premier League rival West Ham, just 19 months after signing the England striker for a club-record fee of £35 million.
Carroll's place in Brendan Rodgers' squad has been under scrutiny since the new Liverpool manager took charge this summer and refused to make the striker a key part of his plans.
Liverpool said in a statement that Carroll "will spend the whole of 2012-13 with Sam Allardyce's team." The Reds didn't say whether West Ham have an option to buy the striker after his loan spell.
Carroll failed to establish himself as a regular at Liverpool since his big-money move from Newcastle on deadline day in January 2011, scoring only nine goals last season.
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